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Old 25-10-2002, 03:22 PM   #1
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Now I created all these wonderfull 3D animations what do I do with then?
How do I export them into a usable format so I can edit then in a program like Premier??
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I assume you have a series of rendered frames. Hopefully not in the .iff format, although Fcheck can reformat them into other file extensions. I usually use targa (.tga) files. Anyway, if you have your frames, it should just be a matter of double clicking the premier's Bin and selecting the first frame and checking the image sequance button. It should import them in a sequance. It's been a while since I used Premier, but I beileve that's how it works.
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Old 25-10-2002, 03:38 PM   #3
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yep you are right mike

well of course you are right
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