Using Blender 2.6.2 on Ubuntu 12.04:(+-)
With different types of rendering available in blender, I chose .avi(I've kind of used the others, but would like a simple answer for this one while I learn more about it), however, I would like to ensure the images are displayed without any special browser downloads, or add-ons.
Is there a rendering option that allows this, with sound?
I recall a while back, while trying to shorten a render by removing a few frames(the images results sucked, I believ(+-)e due to the options I selected), using Gimp and layering out a directory of jpegs to continuously loop.
I have my 24MB(+-) at hitwebdevelopment.com (no comments just yet, it's still a rough draft).
I've thought about just looping through a directory of rendered jpeg images on the webpage with php, and replaying the loop soundtrack with it(since it doesn't really need to sync up at this point).
If there is a better option to have cross browser viewability/sound? I would sure appreciate some help on this.