I’ve rendered some 30 second animations. I used synfig to create the series of .png files, then used ffmpeg to build the final .flv movie file.
Any idea how I can make the animation less grainy, using a format I can publish on the web? The quality of the .png’s is fine, so the loss of quality is happening after that.
I once got synfig to render successfully directly to .yuv (where there is no degradation and the quality is extremely good), because my animation was small…
…and once for a longer animation, but I don’t know why…
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…but every other time my computer crashes when trying to render to .yuv
I always export to png sequence and mount the movie with avidemux. I use x264 with two passes and produces good output quality.
If you use ffmepg use -sameq as option. It would not compress the movie.
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IGNORE THIS QUESTION! I JUST WORKED IT OUT! Basically, you “open” the first in the sequence, and avidemux loads (or at least works out) the rest!
Avidemux looks good. Many thanks.
Quick question: how do I import multiple png files? I can only see how to import them one at a time!
(Did you like the animated cartoons?)
Hey, that appears to work really well! Thanks so much. Really easy to use too. A couple of clicks and it’s done!
I’ll try it with some more complex animations.