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Determination of export video runtime

I have a huge simulation and tried to export it as a video file (or .gif). However regardlessly what I specify under the Framerate option the video its just running for 4 seconds (too fast). When I ...
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Problem importing individual frames from QuickTime file

I am having difficulties with a code I am trying to run. Essentially I want to Read in a large .mov video file (60000+frames). ...
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1answer
476 views

Exporting a sequence of graphs as video efficiently

I have a sequence of graphs that are being created within Mathematica which I'm exporting to create an animated plot of the graph, as follows. ...
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1answer
735 views

Export Animate command to MOV video

I'm trying to export a rather complex Animate command into a full-HD resolution video, but having no success so far. The animation has around 520 frames (the number ...
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1answer
617 views

Efficiently exporting many images as a video

I have many .gif images and I would like to export them as a single video file (I prefer .mov, but any video format is fine). But what if I have several tens of megabytes of .gif images? Is it ...
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Changing the speed of exported AVI videos

I am exporting an animation created using Manipulate in the .avi format. However the video runs very fast (I am putting it in ...
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Does Mathematica support variable frame rate for any video format, in analogue of GIF-style “DisplayDurations”?

The good old GIF animation format allows us to set the duration of each individual frame in the animation separately. This is especially useful if some frames in ...