Topic: Animation to film

hallo
if i will save my animation to a film there where only the first 20 frames visible. is this a limitation because i'm a user of the free edition?

heiner

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Re: Animation to film

You need to select the "Video" screen definition in the drop dowen box in the toolbar - then you can have more frames.

Michael Vinther

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Re: Animation to film

that is ok, but the maximum is "Video 16/9 60im_LPOP_A10" frames und than he will crop the pictures to an other format. how can i edit this frame definition file to me own because there are more than 200 frames ?

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Re: Animation to film

You should use the one called Video_Lpop_V001 - that will not crop the pictures

Michael Vinther

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Re: Animation to film

I was also needing to use the pims conversion to avi as well, do you know if this is still available ?


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eman

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Re: Animation to film

Inside Popims Animator you can save to a video file.

Michael Vinther

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