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Re: Exporting animations

Thank you Alexei and Sjoerd, FrameRate solves the speed problem. What
about the resolution of the animation?

Export["animation.avi", Table[Plot[Sin[x + a], {x, 0, 2 Pi}], {a, 0,
Pi, Pi/20}], "FrameRate" -> 1, "ImageSize" -> Medium,
 ImageResolution -> 1024]

I played with ImageResolution and also with RasterSize but could not
get a descent resolution of the animated plot at full screen.
A solution to this question is really appreciated.

Best regards,

On 17 Apr., 10:29, Alexei Boulbitch <Alexei.Boulbi... at> wrote:
> Hello,
> is there a possibility to adjust the animation rate or speed when
> exporting a Manipulate / ControllerManipulate / Animate object with a
> fixed number of plots to an .avi file? In Mathematica the
> AnimationRate option of Animate works fine, but in the avi-player the
> animation runs much too fast.
> Best regards,
> Hannes Kessler
> Hi, Hannes,
> when exporting to a movie you can play with FrameRate option. Have a
> look here:
> for some further details.
> Success, Alexei
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