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Hi there,

How to export a ".mp4" sequence rather than ".png" sequence in Indigo? I would like to keep the audio from iClone in it.
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Indigo will only render out single frames and must be compiled in a N.L.E. afterwards. 

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What's a N.L.E?
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an  n.l.e.(non linear editor) is a video editor, hitfilm for an example. 

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Got it!
I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro.
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Indigo will only render out single frames and must be compiled in a N.L.E. afterwards. 


How can I synchronize the audio (from iClone) with my ".png" sequence (from Indigo) in Premiere Pro? Won't be that the video (frame rate 30) will play faster than the audio?
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Indigo is not suitable for rendering image sequences, unless you have access to a "Render Farm" No one here on the Forum has had any real success with rendering video sequences using Indigo - it's great for stills, bot not for anything else.

Regarding rendering an image sequence from iClone. You can set the frame rate to 25 fps, or even 24 fps, and there is an option to also export/render out a separate audio file.

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Ok, thanks for your help!
By the way, where is the option to export/render out a separate audio file in iClone?         
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Taking back some of what I just posted. Blush

Audio can only be exported at 30 fps - which messes up anything in PAL areas using 25 fps. Your only option for any frame rate other than 3o fps with audio is to use AVI uncompressed. The quality is excellent, and the file size not much larger than a combined image sequence + audio file.


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Thank you! Wink



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