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Old 16-07-2007, 06:27 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

Right ive been animating for a while now. Now im starting to get technical by adding sound, doing lipsynching etc.

Importing it and using it in maya is not a problem. That i know how. But my question is,

when i batch render, i batch render it (as learned from geniues mckinley) as targa images as opposed to an avi.

If i have a complicated scene with sound, how to i get the final result?? As it renders as images and taken into videomac?
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I used to render the movie in images and in Ulead media add the sound. That's my way of doing that things
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hey coldwave thanx man, i'l give it a try

is it straight forward? does it synch in time with your animation?
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Yeah it's just like a game ... you watch animation and timing the sound ..

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see how i place my sound here and it's just work fine

= -> animation path
[ ] - > sound
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