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Possible to export in higher FPS?

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I wonder and hope there is a way to get higher FPS than 30, when exporting AVI. Anyone know? 
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Hi... You can go lower but 30fps is the maximum. 

                                                                

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I'm probably just looking over it in the manual but where does it say that 30 fps is the limit?
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Uncompressed AVI can be exported at 60 fps. It is also possible to export a PNG image sequence at 60 fps. WhistlingSmile

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wires (5/10/2019)
Uncompressed AVI can be exported at 60 fps. It is also possible to export a PNG image sequence at 60 fps. WhistlingSmile


In iClone, yes.  But CrazyTalk Animator?  I don't know, but I suspect Peter is correct.





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Thats bad news. Really should have the ability to change the FPS.
30 Fps is too low and i dont get the smoothness i want. 
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I dont think its possible with CTA3 
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Uncompressed AVI can be exported at 60 fps. It is also possible to export a PNG image sequence at 60 fps. WhistlingSmile


The question was about CrazyTalk Animator / Cartoon Animator which only supports a maximum of 30fps. If the question had been about iClone then you would have been correct. Tongue


                                                                

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kjetiloestevik (5/10/2019)
Thats bad news. Really should have the ability to change the FPS.
30 Fps is too low and i dont get the smoothness i want. 


24fps (Film), 25fps (Pal) and 29.97fps (NTSC) are all industry standards. In the world of gaming, everyone craves for 60fps or higher but for video, these are the standards used.


                                                                

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