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Hello, My first trial animation render was set up for frames 1-3000 of my project, but it only rendered half of that. Does anybody know what I might be doing wrong? Attached is a screenshot of what happened. Thanks.

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iClone uses an internal frame rate of 60 frames per second (fps). 3000 frames equals 50 seconds of video.

If you render a 50 sec. video at 30 fps NTSC standard then you end up with 1500 frames. A PAL render of 25 fps gives you 1250 frames, and a film standard render of 24 fps gives you 1200 frames.

No matter which way you look at it you still end up with 50 seconds of video.


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Thanks, Wires. 



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