Tip of the Week - Export to multiple formats
Montreal, Canada - May 11, 2012
In the latest installment of our Tip of the Week series of Animation tutorials our resident expert and Professional Product Manager, Lilly Vogelesang, will walk you through how to Export Images & Movies in Multiple Output Formats.
The 10 minute video explains about multiple output formats from Animate Pro or Harmony.
Lilly begins by talking about Exporting images from Toon Boom Animate; she then discusses Exporting in Animate Pro and Harmony; Exporting 4-channel images with alpha; Using multiple write nodes: Exporting a QuickTime movie with alpha.
Lilly continues by talking about Exporting multiple formats and using the Scale-Output option; Adding a Crop module is also explained and when you would need to do this. Finally, modifying filenames for the write modules and using multiple write nodes for different drawing layers are discussed.
So get comfortable, watch the video and learn how to experience a better way to more efficient and satisfying animation, with our Tip of the Week.
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