I have with a 3D animation program has a sequence (approx. 90 seconds) is created. Now I would like the movie in flash format. Easy exporting to flash and looks awful from the file is predictably huge.
So Vectorizing ...
... on the Intro DVD from Adobe Production Studio, I have seen that an illustrator Vectorization of individual frames allowed ( "interactive abpausen"), then by the batch processing of synonymous films can be applied.
So far I have not used Illustrator and the brief DVD description is not enough for me - who can help?
What data can / should the film have? (Single-series?) How do I configure the batch?
Antwort von JMitch:
so far, I have always this path: a PNG image sequence to create and import into flash. the vectorized animations are not clean or liquid than image animation. gruß cj
Antwort von 4hans:
Thanks for the answer!
... whether better or worse, I have not yet been compared.
I have however found out how the story with Illustrator ( "interactive abpausen") and the batch processing works.
Described below is http://www.adobe.com/products/illust...prodstudio.pdf
... if the link is not (more) functions: the batch is about to start Adobe Bridge (under Tools) - the default configuration is not suitable - ie the file "LiveTrace_AI.jsx" must be changed: ... ... MAX_BATCH_SIZE var = 10; (corresponding to expand) ... ... scpt + = 'var doc = app.documents.add (DocumentColorSpace.RGB, 720, 576); \ r'; ... ... Many greetings, Hans