i have a question, and i don't know where to put it :S if it's in the wrong section, i ask any kind moderator to move it where it shoud be :P
anyway, i have an animation project coming up soon, and because i don't really trust my pc's capabilities, i'd like to render each frame in a separate file, instead of rendering it directly to a movie clip.
my problem is that i don't know how i can join the frames together to create the movie clip... can anyone please tell me how can i do this?
1st of all gud luck for u r project..
u want to join the frames..
u can yse adobe premiere,eyeon fusion and many more..
but the best frm my viupoint is adobe premiere..
bcoz it don't reduces the quality of renders..
i'm not 100% sure what the advantage of this method is but it can be done. rendering each frame is really the same amount of work for your computer as rendering a movie since all the computer does different is put them together for a movie.
rodder, the advantage is that if at any time at the render process the computer crashes (and as i said, i don't really trust my computer that much :P) you'll always have a certain amount of frames rendered, and don't have to render the animation from the begining all over again.
i.e., it crashes rendering frame 3200 of 6000. this way, you won't have to render the frames previous to 3200 again, just the next ones.
You could also use any of the compositing programs also (After Effects, Nuke, Fusion...). No matter what program you use for joining frames, just render it as .tga or .tiff. These files will be bigger than .jpeg but you will get better quality frames because they use loseless compression. Then you can create video file you want (.avi .mov ...). Hope this helps.