Bryce 7p animation problem

khobar95khobar95 Posts: 0
edited June 2012 in Bryce Discussion

I've been experimenting with making a planet with a cloud layer in Bryce 7. For some reason when I render the animation, most of the formats (mp4, even uncompressed) produce a skewed, discolored output. But Microsoft Video1 does not (it produces a low resolution output instead).

1) Any idea why this would be?

2) How do I change the rendering resolution to something small, 320x240 or 720x480 so I can get quicker renders while I'm experimenting/testing?

Thanks.

P.S. Just rendered using "Camstudio Lossless" and it worked fine. Hmm...

Just found the resolution thing, too.

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  • OroborosOroboros Posts: 326
    edited June 2012

    khobar95 said:
    I've been experimenting with making a planet with a cloud layer in Bryce 7. For some reason when I render the animation, most of the formats (mp4, even uncompressed) produce a skewed, discolored output. But Microsoft Video1 does not (it produces a low resolution output instead).

    1) Any idea why this would be?


    The best format is 100% UNCOMPRESSED AVI format for PC Bryce. For Mac Bryce, 100% UNCOMPRESSED Animation Quicktime Movie.


    You can find another app or video editing software that will convert this format to whatever else you desire, but always use an uncompressed format.

    Post edited by Oroboros on
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