We have a problem with the video output not following what you see when you play the presentaion in the program. The output whether it is wmv, mp4 or flash seems to not recognize the zoom or camera angle in random snapshots within the program. I am using the buzzsaw site to put file named HOW TO INSTALL AND ADJUST A PIVOT HINGE on for you to look at. The snapshot that it does not want to cooperate on, I will label it BAD so you know where the problem is occuring. It does not seem to help to delete that snapshot for me. I also email Timera Hart about this problem on other files previously this week. We really need some help ASAP to get these videos on our web sitel looking good for Sauder. Thankyou for your help.
Could you also copy the email to me? I will look into it. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I don't see your files in BuzzSaw, here is my findings about publish to video.
There is a setting for the Publish area. Please see my attached image video1.png, hover the cursor on the publish area boorder, it will show the edit command, click it to change the publish area, in this case, my model is out of the border.
See the second image video2.png, when publish to video, there is also a setting for the publish area, the default is Use defined Publish area, you can choose other items when need, and there is another option of Scale Annotations when publish video. Please adjust your setting and try again. Hope this can solve your problem.
If you still have any other problems, please send me the email, and I will send you a secure website to upload the files, and I will look into it if need.
Could you tell me where is file located in Buzzsaw? which project and which folder? It seems I can only visit invmodelingQA project. Could you send me an email, and I will reply you a secure FTP to upload the dataset? My email is email@example.com
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