Export graphics and videos with Animate CC
You can switch between expert and novice preferences. Sign in to your account. Frame Rate. Usually, your video looks better if you choose a number that is exactly divisible by the frames per second fps of your source. Under Video, specify the following:. The available Range options depend on the file format you chose.
Customizable workspaces are available which can make your creating process easier and quicker. All the panels can be organized in a workspace. You can make custom workspaces. New backgrounds, transitions, and behaviors are added.
Different file formats are supported. The workspaces in Adobe After Effects Portable are highly customizable.
You can create your own workspaces. You can add transitions, backgrounds, and behaviors. You can create breathtaking animation movies in After Effects CS4. Scale-9 grids: exported, but readable only by Adobe Illustrator.
Sound and video: not exported. Components: not exported. Embedded fonts: not exported. Button symbols: Animate exports only the Up state of buttons. Inverse Kinematics IK properties: not exported. Text attributes: some attributes may not be exported. Export Animate content in FXG format. In Animate, you can export content in FXG format in two ways:. Select to export the minimum image area or specify the full document size.
Color Depth. Animate document SWF. Difference between previous and latest export video workflows. The new workflow is different from the export video workflow of CS6 and earlier versions. The major points of difference are:. Export formats : Animate can export QuickTime movies, only. HD videos : Animate allows you to export HD videos. The AVI export did not support movie clips.
Export begins at Frame 2. Depending how the Timeline is structured, the exported video can be a result of any of the following scenarios: If there is more than one frame on the root timeline, the export will begin from frame 2.
If there is only one frame on the root timeline, then the export will include frame 1. If there is more than one frame on the root timeline and ActionScript or sound is added to frame 1, it will not be called. Exporting HD video. Before you begin exporting, do the following: Install QuickTime Set the frame-rate to a value equal to or less than 60 fps. For more information, see Animation Basics. Create or open an existing FLA. On the Export Video dialog set your desired options:. Render Size H and W : Configure the render size according to the resolution in which you want to export, depending on whether you want to export HD video or normal.
Set the values equal to the Width and Height of the Stage , respectively. If you want to change the Render Width and Render Height values, then modify the Stage size accordingly. Animate maintains the aspect ratio as per the Stage dimensions. Ignore Stage Color generate alpha channel : Creates an alpha channel using the stage color.
The alpha channel is encoded as a transparent track. It lets you overlay the exported QuickTime movie on top of other content to alter the background color or scene. If selected, AME is launched after Animate completes exporting the video.
Path for the Exported Video: Enter or browse to the path where you want to export the video. Stop Exporting : Specify when Animate terminates exporting. Stop Exporting: Specify when Animate terminates exporting. After Time Elapsed: Select this option and specify the time span after which you want to terminate exporting. The option allows you to export sections of the video, separately.
Exporting SVG sequence. Export animated assets to videos, animated GIFs and more. Stop Exporting : Choose the required option to terminate exporting. Browse : Enter the path where you want to export the video. How to export your animated assets to video, animated GIF, and other formats. Watch the video to know how to export your videos to animated GIFs and other formats. In most cases, your video looks better if you choose a number that your source fps is exactly divisible by.
For example, if your source is captured at 30 fps, choose a frame rate of 10 or Don’t choose a rate larger than that of your source material. Specifies how frequently key frames are created in the exported video. A higher key frame rate lower number improves video quality, but increases the file size. Video Options. With H. All audio options are disabled because Photoshop Extended does not include audio in exported 3G files.
All text options are disabled because Photoshop Extended does not include text tracks in exported 3G files. Enable Streaming. This option creates a hint track instructions necessary for streaming a file. Optimize For Server. Restrict Distribution. Specifies how many times the file can play back on the handset once downloaded. Also specifies file expiration options: set the file to expire in a number of days or enter a date.
If your file is in Mobile MP4 or EZmovie format, you can restrict distribution so that once the file is on a handset it can’t be sent or copied elsewhere. Fragment Movie. Enables the file to download via HTTP in small pieces so that playback can start faster and so that larger files can be played on the handset only the fragment, not the entire movie, must fit on the handset at one time.
Specifies the color table using the Windows system colors or Mac OS system colors in the exported movie. Compression Type. Frame Per Second. Specifies the number of individual images shown every second.
NTSC is generally the standard video format and is PAL is a European video format that is 25 fps. The standard for film is 24 fps. QuickTime movies are sometimes created with a slower frame rate to reduce bandwidth and CPU requirements. Movies with higher frame rates display motion better, but have larger file sizes. If you choose a frame rate that’s lower than the movie’s current frame rate, frames are deleted. If you choose a number that’s higher than the movie’s current frame rate, existing frames are duplicated not recommended, since it increases file size without improving quality.
In most cases, your video will look better if you choose a number that your source fps is exactly divisible by. Key Frame Every. Specifies the key frame frequency. With some compressors, an additional key frame is inserted automatically if too much of the image has changed from one frame to the next. In general, one key frame every 5 seconds multiply the frames per second by 5 is usually sufficient.
If you are creating a file for RTSP streaming and have concerns about the reliability of the delivery network, you may want to increase key frame frequency to one key frame every 1 or 2 seconds. Limit Data Rate To. Specifies the number of colors to include in video that you export. This menu is not available if the selected codec supports only one color depth.
Increasing quality above the original capture quality does not increase quality, but may result in longer rendering times. Aspect Ratio. The following options are available in the DV Export Settings dialog box:. Specifies an option if the movie is scaled to new pixel dimensions. Typically, QuickTime is used to export video files. Click Settings to access the following options:.
Frames Per Second. Insert Space Before Number. For more information on the specific file formats and their options, see also Saving and exporting images and File formats. Chooses the codec to compress your video. For the highest quality at the lowest data rate or the smallest file , H. Specifies how much the data rate can vary above and below the data rate you choose.
Specifies the pixel dimensions of your exported video. Current maintains the source material size. To specify a size not listed in the Image Size menu, choose Custom. Specifies an option if the movie needs to be scaled to the new pixel dimensions. Fit Within Size adjusts to the destination size by fitting to the longest side, scaling if necessary. Specifies the frame rate for the playback of your exported video. Usually, your video looks better if you choose a number that is exactly divisible by the frames per second fps of your source.
Specifies that key frames are generated automatically or specifies how frequently key frames are created in the exported video. This can help regain synchronization due to transmission errors. Restrict Profile s To. Encoding Mode. Although the Movie Settings dialog box displays Sound options, you cannot adjust the current audio settings. To include audio in exported files, see Preview audio for video layers. Opens the Standard Video Compression Settings dialog box so you can set the video compression and accompanying options.
Fast Start-Compressed Header. Hinted Streaming. Specify the frame rate for your video by choosing the number of frames per second fps. Some codecs support a specific set of frame rates. Increasing the frame rate may produce smoother motion depending on the original frame rates of the source clips but uses more disk space.
If available, specify how often the key frames are generated. See Understanding QuickTime key frames. Select if available for the selected compressor and type a data rate to place an upper limit on the amount of video data produced by the exported video when it is played back.
Set compressor options specific to the selected codec. Click the Option button if available to specify further compressor options. If the Depth menu is available, choose the number of colors to include in exported video.
Sets the playback frame rate. In Animate, you can choose any video format and its presets supported by AME and, if you select the appropriate option, Animate ensures that the video is queued and even processed automatically in AME. Data Rate. Specifies that key frames are generated automatically or specifies how frequently key frames are created in the exported video. Image Size. To place the Animate content in another application, such as Dreamweaver, export the entire document as a SWF file. In QuickTime, key frames occur at regular intervals in the movie and are stored as complete frames.