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Strange Rendering Problem

Posted: Mon, 14th Jun 2004, 7:24pm

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Denise CookXClam

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So I have some footage with the greenscreen and a friend, and I replaced the green with some .png image files. Each of the images is 1 second long and there are 17 of them. So I set the out frame to 17 secs into the video. Then after I render it, for some reason it is only 8secs long. And from watching the video, it looks like the pictures are only ½ secs long but the greenscreened footage is playing at the normal/original speed. Very weird huh.
Posted: Mon, 14th Jun 2004, 8:17pm

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Ryan

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That is becuse you are working in fields, not frames.
Posted: Mon, 14th Jun 2004, 8:30pm

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Denise CookXClam

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and how would i go about switching between these two?
Posted: Mon, 14th Jun 2004, 8:38pm

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Ryan

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When you start your project click progressive.
Posted: Mon, 14th Jun 2004, 8:55pm

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Serpent

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Lol, Ryan, I like your sig.
Posted: Mon, 14th Jun 2004, 9:59pm

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Brettsta

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Progressive is only for if thats what you shot on. Stretch your images using the speed tool to fill the frames, go to the frame you want it set out to, and click the "o" on your keyboard.