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Old 15-12-2002, 03:41 PM   #1
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Hey Peeps!! I am having a brainfart on making an AVI file out of an animation from TGA's using Shake 2.3 in Windows 2000. Can anyone help? Please!!!!

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Old 16-12-2002, 12:51 AM   #2
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ooh shake, long time since i played with that, and even then i didnt no what i was doing, actually i wasnt doing it but ya no
can you not just import and render?
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Just click on the node you have in the right window and then click on file out. A screen will pop up, and you can choose the directory you want to put the file in. Just remeber once you name the file have .avi after it and also select it in gobals on the bottom rigfht. Than click on the file out node on the right and select render selected file out nodes, type in the frames and all that.

That should do it.
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