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3D Impressions Help - Movie File Creation

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Once you have finished creating your 3D Impressions document, you can use it to create a movie file.  This can be useful for the following purposes:

  • Playback on devices without the need of a computer, such as a TV or games console.
  • Playback on computers that do not have CyberFlair 3D Impressions installed.
  • Creating movie snippets for enhancing home or corporate videos.

Preparation

Before creating the movie file, you need to consider 2 points:

  1. Movie Resolution

    You need to consider the screen dimensions of where the movie playback is intended for.  Otherwise, the image may be distorted.

    Please note that the Home Edition is limited to a maximum resolutions of 800 x 600 and 854 x 480, which does include those suitable for creating DVDs.

  2. Movie Length

    This is more important should you wish to play the movie file on a continuous loop, as the wrong length could show an unsightly jump.

    » Tip › Using an initial scene fade-in and final fade-out can help with creating continuous loop clips.

    Please note that the Home Edition is limited to a maximum length of 5 minutes.

Creation

To create these movie files you need to use the 3D Impressions Studio Editor options under the 'Movie' ribbon category.  It is here that you can choose the movie format and length before clicking the 'Make Movie' button.

For more information on this ribbon category see the 'Movie Ribbon' help topic.

After supplying the file name of your movie, the document will be played in a window along with a progress window.  Once the progress window has reached its end and disappeared, the player window should read 100% and can now be closed.  Your new movie file will now be ready to be used within any media player that supports Windows Media Video files.


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