Ideas and Suggestions on Generating Frames for a Movie
revlist at azurevision.co.uk
Wed Mar 14 07:57:27 CDT 2007
On 12 Mar 2007, at 20:24, Jim Lambert wrote:
>> what I would like to be able
>> to do is it put the background pixels into a pixel buffer, then the
>> pixels of each object in the frame into a the same pixel buffer
>> (overwriting the background) and then pass this buffer to an external
>> command that would write one frame of the QuickTime movie.
> Import snapshot would give you an image of the current frame.
> Depending on the capabilities of your QuickTime thingy you might be
> able to pass the imagedata of that image directly to it.
> export snapshot to create a numbered series of JPEGs which is then
> post-processed by your QuickTime thingy into a movie.
I've uploaded a demo stack to RevOnline (user: Ian Wood) showing the
old and new syntaxes for exporting from areas and objects, in
Your external sounds interesting, I've been messing around with
Trevor DeVore's QT external to do something similar but it required a
few hacks and is a bit unstable because of that.
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