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Thread: Saving Snapshot To File

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    DomDom Guest

    Default Saving Snapshot To File

    Hello fellows Vegasians
    Does anyone know if there is a way to automaticly save to file particular number of frames from a movie set on timeline. Let's say I'd like to extract every 5th frame. That would be pretty helpful as now I have to do this manually which takes ages
    Cheers

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    Highlight the clip
    >tools
    >scripting
    >render image sequence
    select start time, stop time and step time (how many frames you want to skip between grabs), so for a grab every 5 frames you'd select 4 frames gap.
    If you go to the help section you can find info there.

    Paul.

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    DomDom Guest

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    Much easier, thanks Paul
    Will be using help section more often
    Last edited by DomDom; 05-30-2009 at 07:14 PM.

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