[Bf-committers] Re: Audio/Video update (Ton Roosendaal)

Rob Haarsma rob at captainvideo.nl
Wed Sep 1 15:40:24 CEST 2004


I'm using Quicktime mostly as a container format for 32bit tga rle files.
It's much easier to process a single (.mov) file instead of having 2000+
single tga entries in your favourite edit application.


Alexander Ewering wrote:

> On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Roine Gustafsson wrote:
>> Most people who use Blender will want production quality output 
>> meaning uncompressed or lossless compressed video. You should look 
>> for a library which has industrial-strength container support, not 
>> fancy codecs.
> That's what YOU think :) I totally agree with you, of course. I never
> touched any other output format than TGA personally, but most Blender
> users actually - as sad as it may be - use it for making little funky
> movies for the web, and that's why they don't desire production quality,
> but instead quick rendering to a compressed video format.
> For me, single frame image output would be enough, but I am not
> (and neither are you) the 'average' blender user :)
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