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    #16
    Originally posted by horoxhoro View Post
    very inspiring artwork u have there. may I know how you output the video? Using matinee? or screen capture video software? thanks!!!!
    Thank you [MENTION=17884]horoxhoro[/MENTION] :-) I rendered each clip as a matinee .jpg image sequence at 60fps. These sequences I then converted to .mp4's with high bitrate in after-effects. Finally I stitched the movie together with a much lower bitrate in After-Effects too. I realize doing it like this is bad for quality somewhat but otherwise After-Effects crashes on the sheer number of frames involved or becomes very slow due to huge files. No additional post-processing btw. If I do stuff like that, I always mention it.
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      #17
      Originally posted by Chesire View Post
      Thank you [MENTION=17884]horoxhoro[/MENTION] :-) I rendered each clip as a matinee .jpg image sequence at 60fps. These sequences I then converted to .mp4's with high bitrate in after-effects. Finally I stitched the movie together with a much lower bitrate in After-Effects too. I realize doing it like this is bad for quality somewhat but otherwise After-Effects crashes on the sheer number of frames involved or becomes very slow due to huge files. No additional post-processing btw. If I do stuff like that, I always mention it.
      Hi chesire, does matinee video output have anti aliasing with it. I have tried matinee to out . jpg image sesquence but AA never bake in into the matinee output and yours look great

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        #18
        Originally posted by horoxhoro View Post
        does matinee video output have anti aliasing with it. I have tried matinee to out . jpg image sesquence but AA never bake in into the matinee output and yours look great
        Hmm, it should have AA. Odd that yours doesn't. Do you have a Post-Processing Volume setup correctly before rendering your sequence?
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