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More video export options please

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Currently the video export tool seems very basic. The framerate seems locked to 30fps. It's crucial in order to be able to incorporate Crazytalk animations into other video productions that the framerate of the export can be adjusted to match.

Also it would be great to have control over which codec is used in order to maintain image quality throughout the pipeline. To be able to piggyback off whatever codecs are installed on a systemw wouldallow ProRes or Cineform to be used if they are already installed for example.

I love the features of Crazytalk but with no control over the video rendering, it is of little value in my use case and is a barrier to purchase.
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Hi...

If you wish to use a frame rate other than 30fps you can choose the AVI export option. This will allow you to choose 24, 25 etc. AVI will also allow you to select other codecs that are on your system.


                                                                

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Can CrazyTalk export a sequence of PNG files?

Many iClone users export a PNG sequence, and then use video editing software to produce the actual video file.  There are numerous reasons for using an NLE (video editor), such as more control over the audio volumes, good title/credits graphics, etc.  As an added bonus, the NLE software will typically give you much more control and options for CODEC support, compression options, etc.

It's a reasonable request, but there are other things that can benefit from Reallusion's attention that cannot be easily addressed by other parts of the overall workflow.




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justaviking (4/26/2019)
Can CrazyTalk export a sequence of PNG files?


Yes, CrazyTalk can export to Sequence Image PNG up to 30fps so that is another option. Smile


                                                                

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