I create animation with animator, but as I run this animation, a lot of frame dropout. I don't understand, it's only a simply car moving with a straight line. this should have nothing to do with graphic card?
Anyone can give me a guide on how to fix this issue?
A certain amount of dropout is normal for complex models, and if you lower the frame rate under Home > Project > File Options > Speed, it should reduce the amount of dropout with the tradeoff of choppier movement.
If there are certain elements that are more important to remain visible and not dropout, I would suggest selecting those elements and clicking Home > Visibility > Require.
I would also test if you see an improvement when turning off hardware acceleration under Application Button > Options > Interface > Display. I also recommend updating your graphics card driver to the latest version that is recommended on the manufacturer’s website.
If you require no dropout and a high FPS in your animation, then I recommend exporting the animation to an AVI (Output > Visuals > Animation).
John Lipp Support Specialist Product Support Autodesk, Inc.