Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file

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25 Dec, 2011 3dimon
25 Dec, 2011 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
All the good dnya.Rebyata decided to do animation and there was such vopros.Rendery save in Tiff format read on resources, it is right and better than avi, after rendering 436 kartinok.Chto do with them can not be happy if ponyat..Budu Explain !! ! Here is the link I want to do this: What to do with these 436 pictures ??? -436 Images whether it is necessary to do compositing for all or only for one is (dust, sharpness and zablyurennost) ??? s how to do well, passages between the chambers of type 1 and then 2 camera. Please help.


25 Dec, 2011 Anton (Staff Author)
25 Dec, 2011 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file

Hello!

Yes that's right.

In all senses, rendering sequences is more profitable than in a video file. For example, we render to PNG, because it's 16bit and it keeps transparency. But typhoid in general is also a variant 🙂

In the rest, everything is quite simple. On this animation there are no "transitions" between cameras. In fact, every angle is a separate rendering by a separate camera.

Let's say there's Camera_01, Camera_02 and Camera_03. First you render the first camera. Then the second chamber, and then the third one. As a result, you get 3 separate sequences. For example, Camera_01 frames 0 to 50, Camera_02 frames 0-35, Camera_03 frames 0-90. After that, you take and make group renaming of files, for example, in Total Commander. The Camera_01 sequencing is left as is, you rename the Camera_02 sequence to 51 - 86, the sequencer Camera_03 rename to 87 - 177. Then you drop these files into one folder and you get one sequence 0 - 177, on which there is animation of all three cameras. The main thing is not to forget that 0 is also a frame 🙂

When the sequence is ready, then you simply collect it in any video editor. For example, in VirtualDub or in the old version of QuickTime Pro. In general, in any program that can sequence from individual pictures "stitch" in one video file.

But this is not a professional approach. This is more a way out.

I, for example, render necessary cameras to me and without any renaming, I immediately collect the sequences directly in the video compositing program.

I use After Effects. In general, the work in it is very similar to working in Photoshop. Also the layers, also the effects applied to them. For the only difference is that in addition to the name of the layer, next to it is the timeline slider (strip of frames). Here you load Camera_01 as one layer, Camera_02 as the second, Camera_03 as the third one and on the timeline sliders you specify when to show which layer. Then render (in AE this is called :🙂 the entire sequence in the video file of the desired format. And you get, for example, the same avi with the video you need.

Effects, dust, sharpness and zablurennost do the same in the compositing program 🙂 Applying them in the sequence you need.

However, the detailed work with AE in general is beyond the scope of our 3d discussions. There are real professionals in this business who absolutely share their knowledge in the form of excellent video lessons on this program. I recommend that you learn from them:

Http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials

Look at a couple of lessons, and you'll have an idea of ​​what compositing is in principle and how to work with After Effects in particular😉



25 Dec, 2011 3dimon
28 Dec, 2011 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
Thank you all the details just bolshoe.Napisal klass.Ya looked this site but there is a lesson how to add all sorts of effects (dust, haze and treseniya camera) and another where all the English will be very little money! If you tell where to take lessons in Russian.


25 Dec, 2011 Anton (Staff Author)
28 Dec, 2011 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
In fact, there are 124 video lessons and they have not only what you need, but more than you can imagine. In addition, to make the dust, do not need to wait for the lesson "how to make dust" need to understand how the program works. Foundations of compositing. Then you can do whatever you want. There used to be a cool site tutes.ru (now the domain is sold and there is already quite a different site). It enthusiast-house professional translation done lessons with videokopylot Nat. And sell them for a nominal amount of 15 or 20 USD. But stealing runera put an end to this great undertaking. Just as soon as "good people" have put these lessons to torrents for "respekt" in front of the same as they have translations of the author dropped his hands. After that, he just gave up. Unfortunately, the better lessons in Russian no. Including text or just smart printed books. For this is the only correct or to teach and simply try to understand English or throw this venture. Because relying on the Russian-language article, nothing explanatory not learn, FIHM that really smart splints for AE in Russian - no. Such is true 🙂 But, as an option, you can try to find translated the lessons c tutes.ru. They are still "walk over the internet." But if suddenly a miracle happens and you will find great splints for the after Rousseau, be sure to tell us in this thread. I'm sure they will be useful to anyone else who reads this thread😉


18 Mar, 2013 Gorman
18 Mar, 2013 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
I have a problem with the video renderer from 3Ds Max. For example, I render a simple box on the move, so if you notice that when it moves like boxing edges flicker when tangled fields. I'm a video editor changed the field on the upper and lower field did not help progressive fields, too, fails. I tried to increase the number of frames per second from 25 to 60 since the effect was weaker but. I tried the same 1-up box as JPG to move in After Effect and Premiere, so there is no such a flicker in the same 25 cad / sec. Tried rendering enabled Render to Fields, the flicker effect disappeared when viewing on the TV but there teeth when viewed on a monitor video example here http://vk.com/video197185410_164821055


25 Dec, 2011 Anton (Staff Author)
18 Mar, 2013 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
Hi, as mentioned above, render the need not to video format, but in a sequence and then assemble it into a video using the video editor. For example, I max, render in png sequence to storyboard to 30 FPS. As a general rule, I collect via the after in H.264 (mp4) with the same (30) frame rate😉


21 Nov, 2013 Inna
21 Nov, 2013 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
Herself suffered with it. That recommendation is such a guru, how to mentor: "In the setting of DMC sampler set DMC (QMC) threshold = 0.001, so there was no noise and flikeringa animation render everything will be longer, but if you need high-quality animation, will have to sacrifice time.". Also another recommendation Dmitry Hodakova: "You just have all calculable for future reference sequence cooking without borders, but with the frame rate is not 25 per second, and 50 and above. Then, in the Composer will have to accordingly increase the playback speed of the sequence up to 200% or above. Thus, we get the source code without borders, but with excessive frame rate. if the final assembly after the render we still get the material to the fields, because the original data in such sequents was abundant and the editor will be able to break the already cheated information on the half-frames at 25 / s. " I always calculated in the tga-sequence. Also, I can advise to read the lesson on Animation Mentor, where all the settings are painted: http://www.render.ru/books/show_book.php?book_id=634 (not sure if this link you can post here, but I'll try, it's for business use).


25 Dec, 2011 Anton (Staff Author)
21 Nov, 2013 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file

Hello, post links on 3d and the corresponding topography - can and should be, it is impossible to discuss their relevance , since it is responsible for only the author of the article😁



21 Nov, 2013 Inna
21 Nov, 2013 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
Clear. Then another link to the resource that I at one time was very helpful (there are translations in the Russian Lessons at the after Effects of) need to signup, true, but it's worth it: http://video.demiart.ru/category/after-effects- tutorials for beginners, I find very useful, there are many techniques I took over.


16 Feb, 2014 Aleks
16 Feb, 2014 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
Thank you. All I laid out "in the shelves." keep it up


19 Apr, 2014 Pavel
19 Apr, 2014 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
I poser originated. I save sequence in vrimg. I want to make it a later video (avi) do not know how. Is the after Effekts.


18 Oct, 2014 Kate
18 Oct, 2014 # Re: Put rendered in 3ds Max animation sequence to a single video file
THANK YOU🙂🙂🙂 🙂 👍 👍 👍


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