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Author Topic: Anim8or on YouTube  (Read 4815 times)

thecolclough

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Anim8or on YouTube
« on: December 19, 2007, 09:30:48 am »

not all of my video work is anim8or-based, but quite a bit of it is.  and youtube.com/thecolclough[/youtube]]most of it's on youtube... i love youtube  ;D

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Re: Anim8or on YouTube
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2007, 12:41:35 pm »

Here is my first completed clip from Anim8or.



Added the sound in Adobe Premiere. BTW, anyone know how to export a movie from Adobe that is not letterboxed? It only seems to happen when I export something from Adobe, as the Anim8or version w/o sound is not letterboxed.
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Re: Anim8or on YouTube
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2008, 11:05:39 am »

BTW, anyone know how to export a movie from Adobe that is not letterboxed? It only seems to happen when I export something from Adobe, as the Anim8or version w/o sound is not letterboxed.

i've never used premiere (although i have used several other editing programmes), so this is just a guess off the top of my head, but: if you rendered from anim8or at the default 400 x 300 resolution, premiere might have letterboxed it because it was set to output in a higher resolution eg. 720 x 576, and you have a 'keep original resolution' setting turned on somewhere.  if that's what it is, then the control to turn it off should be either in general program options, or in the right-click menu for the individual clip, i think.  alternatively, you could find out what resolution premiere is outputting at, and render from anim8or at the same resolution.

i could be completely wrong, of course, but that's my best guess.  hope it helps.  nice first clip btw  :)

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