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Psycho13
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exporting to quicktime

Post by Psycho13 »

how do you export blender animations to quicktime in 2.48? :?:

kAinStein
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Post by kAinStein »

Well, the same way it was before. Using the FFMpeg option (has to be compiled in - I'm not sure if it's been done with the Windows version.).

jesterKing
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Official releases on Windows are built with Quicktime support. There should be appropriate options in the render format dropdown.

/Nathan

Psycho13
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Post by Psycho13 »

one, i mean how do i export animations to quicktime( im new)

two, i use a mac not windows

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Post by jesterKing »

Quicktime support is obviously also compiled into Blender on OS X. Again, in the Format panel of the scene settings (F10), choose QuickTime for output. You should see a new button [Set codec]. Use it to choose the appropriate encoding scheme for your animation. Saving of your animation goes as normal.

http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Manual/Rendering
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Manual/Output_Options
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Manual/Output_Formats

/Nathan

Psycho13
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Post by Psycho13 »

thanks :D

ashiq

see a new button

Post by ashiq »

Again, in the Format panel of the scene settings (F10), choose QuickTime for output. You should see a new button [Set codec]. Use it to choose the appropriate encoding scheme for your animation. Saving of your animation goes as normal.

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