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koye
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Timeliner simulation to AVI format.

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07-18-2012 11:45 PM

Hi !

 

Appericiate if you can give us a guide for timeliner simulation with walkthrough.

 

Any idea can we record our timeliner simulation something like AVI format?

 

 

Thanks.

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Digitalis
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Re: Timeliner simulation to AVI format.

08-16-2012 04:53 AM in reply to: koye

To export your timeliner simulation, go to output tab -> animation and choose "timeliner simulation" and avi.

 

For the timeliner guide, have you checked the forum, help files etc? It should give a good start. Make your camera scenes and animations in animator. Attach object animations to your tasks in timeliner, and choose your camera scene under simulate tab -> settings in timeliner.

 

 

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dennis
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Re: Timeliner simulation to AVI format.

08-22-2012 12:46 PM in reply to: koye

The AVIs that get created are typically huge when compared to other video formats.  I recommend getting the Microsoft Live Movie Maker to convert the AVI to WindowsMedia.  Much, much smaller files.  The MS Live Movie Maker is a free download, just be sure to do a custom install so that you will NOT install all the "sponsor" products.  Example from my experience:  Two AVIs that combine to 1.5gB compressed via Movie Maker to 42,412kb as a WMV.

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Re: Timeliner simulation to AVI format.

08-23-2012 12:21 AM in reply to: Digitalis

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