Monday, May 31, 2010

Getting a Flash AVI

When animating in Flash it can be sometimes frustrating, sometimes challenging, always interesting to try and export a good quality AVI (video clip).

Exporting an image sequence and then recombining the frames in post production software (VirtualDub, to build the AVI; Premiere or AfterEffects, to add the audio and editing) will produce the best result.

This animation tip may be handy for the second years animating in Flash.

Sometimes AVIs exported from Flash have unwanted junk pixels appear in the render. Exporting an image sequence is a way to beat this problem.


Willem Wynand said...

thanx frankie =D your the man

Frank said...

Hey Will. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment. I was thinking of you with this post knowing you are embarking on a big 2D project. Also check with Terry for his rendering ideas (he printed a sheet last year).