Convert an Image Squence from One Format to Another with Video Post

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Learn how Video Post can be used to convert an image sequence from one file format to another.

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| 10 years ago
Thank you for this quick tutorial and a when other lesson on VideoPost?
| 10 years ago
Good tutorial..man ... hey....Tell me...when the new 3ds max 2010 is on sell
| 10 years ago
Well, this is funny. You are using the brand new max2010 to show us some tricks from 3D Studio R3 for MS-DOS! :-)
| 10 years ago
Quick note: If you have enough RAM to load the sequence into the RAM Player, you can also use the Save button in the RAM Player to write it out as any other format, including AVI and MOV. Of course, the Video Post is a better solution if you don't want to wait for the whole sequence to be loaded into memory or you don't have enough memory to fit it in. Video Post will load only one image at a time and can thus be used for larger and longer sequences.
| 10 years ago
Cool tut! Great to know for future projects.
| 10 years ago
I know Video Post is suppose to be kind of out dated technology (or so I've been told), but is there any tutorials or sites you can suggest to help me learn it? My instructors in school said it was out dated, so they did not bother to teach it. :(
| 7 years ago
Thank you.
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