#15 Smooth render

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nobody
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2012-12-04
2010-11-09
Anonymous
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Sometimes, the zoom effect does not appears smooth. It looks like small gaps.
It was possible to make the zoom effect softly?

Thanks and good work!
Great software!

Discussion

  • Jens Göpfert

    Jens Göpfert - 2010-11-10

    This might happen when your start position is very different from the end position. Imagine you have to move 1000 pixels within a duration of one second. At PAL i have 25 frames per seconds. That means 40 pixels for each frame. In this case the zoom effect is not very smoothly. My suggestion is to increase the duration. Do u have another idea?

     
  • Alexeil

    Alexeil - 2011-02-11

    Hello,

    In my videos too the render isn't really smooth but i check as you said about the moves "too high". But isn't that in my case at least. I used PhotoFilmStrip with 440x330 photos and it was quite bad. Once i did it with 800x600 that appears a bit better. So, is there a kind of issue between the render and a low photos' resolution ?

    But thank you so much you did a geat job !

     
  • Ronny Standtke

    Ronny Standtke - 2011-06-28

    I just noticed the same problem. Working with low-resolution pictures results in really bumpy videos. But even with higher resolutions (1024x768) I can notice the picture jumps in the video. I am absolutely no expert in this field but I think some sub-pixel processing is required here to get smooth results...

     

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