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Quicktime and DNxHD export

23 February 2015 14:43 #1483
Impressive video and music! Really capable of making a good mood. I appreciated the fire over the barrel.
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24 February 2015 16:28 #1492

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.
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25 February 2015 21:49 #1509
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 output.mov

what does the "30" represent? Frame rate?
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26 February 2015 14:55 #1515

what does the "30" represent? Frame rate?

It's frame rate.
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mikhail@blend4web.com
26 February 2015 21:13 #1523
Thanks for the help with everything. The video has been uploaded. Now, it's time to remake my webpage using B4W. After a break.

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30 October 2015 04:51 #4676
iDealshare VideoGo can convert any video PNG, JGP, JIF, etc

Here is the step by step guide http://www.idealshare.net/video-converter/mp4-to-jpg-converter-mac-windows.html
 
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