Quicktime and DNxHD export

23 February 2015 14:43
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24 February 2015 16:28

What is the best quality export option from Windows 8 Blender 2.73 64 bit?

It will be conveniently and with a good quality this way. The resulting video can be compressed if needed.
Manager and 3D Generalist at Blend4Web
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25 February 2015 21:49
fantastic, thanks for the information. I will put it to use this evening and get the video uploaded and move on with my life.

A question:

ffmpeg.exe -i output.mp4 -r 30 -c:v dnxhd -b:v 45M -c:a pcm_s16le

what does the "30" represent? Frame rate?
26 February 2015 14:55

what does the "30" represent? Frame rate?

It's frame rate.
Manager and 3D Generalist at Blend4Web
No pain, no gain.
26 February 2015 21:13
Thanks for the help with everything. The video has been uploaded. Now, it's time to remake my webpage using B4W. After a break.

30 October 2015 04:51
iDealshare VideoGo can convert any video PNG, JGP, JIF, etc

Here is the step by step guide
04 January 2017 11:51
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30 September 2017 09:26
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iDealshare VideoGo can convert any video PNG, JGP, JIF, etc

Sorry to bother you man it seems that you know a lot about file format issues? i recently also met a video conversion problem and i want to know whether you could tell me what to do? Did you ever know the output format - FBR? because recently i used a screen capture program named BB Flashback, also to record HD quality videos. But the output generated by this program was FBR. I could play it in VLC and Windows Media Player. Later I found this article (link) and it mentioned that i have to compressed the FBR to mp4 file. I just want to know whether conversion t is the only way to solve this problem beacause i know that video compression always causes some kind of quality loss (the original video is 60fps 720p which is pretty good) and if there is an alternative such as changing .extension or another better video player?
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