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tuba3d

Posted 16 June 2007 - 04:38 PM

Actuall, you want to save in AVI since there is an uncompressed option. It's only been in the last few years that people have been DIVX encoding AVI.

In animation, we either use OpenEXR or TGA (with RGBA options) to make compositing a lot easier down the road.


unimatrix,

Divx is a recent encoding engine, it's true, but avi has been compressed a long time ago, the DivX technology it is only much more efficient. The disadvantage of using uncompressed AVI is about the file size and the computer capacity required to manipulate such file.

I suggest to use files for each frame instead using video files, except for MOV file when you are editing under a Mac platform.


Rgds
tuba3d

Waleed Dar

Posted 16 June 2007 - 07:03 AM

try out Pinnacle Studio 10....
it is definitely the best...
with a lot of effects that can be added...
i guarantee u!!!

unimatrix

Posted 12 June 2007 - 06:05 PM

Actuall, you want to save in AVI since there is an uncompressed option. It's only been in the last few years that people have been DIVX encoding AVI.

In animation, we either use OpenEXR or TGA (with RGBA options) to make compositing a lot easier down the road.

tuba3d

Posted 11 June 2007 - 03:47 PM

Since this is a video editing topic, I would like to throw my own question in to the fray:

Say I were to make a video in 3ds Max. Are there any programs that I could export the 3ds .avi file in to, and edit the movie to make it look like an old fashioned film? Grainy, torn frames, black and white sort of effects?



Yamato,

Yes, you can make a 3d film in 3dsmax and then edit it on a video editor, like Adobe Premiere or Adobe AfterEffects. Generally, when you render some material to be edited in movie editors, you shouldnt save them in avi mode, because avi (generally) is compressed and consequently there is a loss. Normally, you should save in tga format (or even high quality jpg). In this case, TGA (Targa) format is better because it allows record the Alpha Channel.

Let me know if you need any help.

Rgds.
tuba3d

xiangqin

Posted 11 June 2007 - 03:27 PM

I've just used windows movie maker as of the time being... it's quite simple but you can't get most of the desired effects that you like... my friends also suggested Adobe premiere for it has good tool environment and is quite easy to use...

Herbert

Posted 19 March 2007 - 04:17 PM

I have been using VirtualDub for my video editing. It has a lot of useful filters that I need, and it's opensource, so it's free. It will only really work with avi and importing mpeg, so I have to find third party software to covert it to wmv if I want to put it on the web, but it is rather easy to work with once you get the hang of it.

http://virtualdub.org

unimatrix

Posted 15 March 2007 - 03:23 AM

I'll also through in Blender3D since it's free and has a lot of NLA featuers in the latest builds inclduing nodes and limited compositing features. It's not as slick as Premiere on the PC or any of the Apple products (iMovieHD, FCE, FCP, etc.) but should do what you ask.

quinciest

Posted 02 February 2007 - 06:11 AM

Adobe Premiere 1.5, nice software from Adobe but it needs high quality of hardware if low quality it affect our video, in my experience video got bad and jussst make us unsatisfied

DAC1138

Posted 09 January 2007 - 07:09 AM

Since this is a video editing topic, I would like to throw my own question in to the fray:

Say I were to make a video in 3ds Max. Are there any programs that I could export the 3ds .avi file in to, and edit the movie to make it look like an old fashioned film? Grainy, torn frames, black and white sort of effects?



Microsoft's Movie Maker will do all of that. So will Avid FreeDV. As for other editing software solutions, pretty much every other editing application will let you creat an old fashioned look to it.

tuanbi

Posted 07 October 2006 - 07:58 PM

Since this is a video editing topic, I would like to throw my own question in to the fray:

Say I were to make a video in 3ds Max. Are there any programs that I could export the 3ds .avi file in to, and edit the movie to make it look like an old fashioned film? Grainy, torn frames, black and white sort of effects?

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