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Video made into a billboard is not seen when the scene is rendered

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Video made into a billboard is not seen when the scene is rendered

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I imported a video into my scene as a billboard and it looks okay when play the scene but when I render it the video is no longer visible. Its just blank. I'm using I clone 7. Thanks 
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Make sure you use AVI (MP4 doesn't work).



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MP4 does work.
You just load it in the diffuse channel. That's all. I would recommend to use MP4 only because it safes video RAM.

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No, actually it doesn't always (I've sent the offending project to RL and they confirm).

So I would at least try AVI and if it works he knows the problem.



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I confirm : sometimes MP4 works, sometimes it doesn't, but for me, AVI always works

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The most reliable options to use are AVI or WMV. MP4 can be problematic as already mentioned.

                                                                

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