Is it traditional animation, Flash, 3D, claymation, something else?
Typically you can compress animation more than live action video and
still get decent results. You could probably drop the frame rate to
10-12 fps too and save a bit more in filesize.
But, it really depends on the kind of animation and the amount of
pixel difference between frames.
On 8/6/05, James A. Donnelly <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Does anyone have any thoughts about proper compression for animations?
> I used the standard ones that are listed here, and on freevlog...
> but the animations come out absolutely crappy!
> There is to much information to encode, thus it looks blurry and
> basically they only look decent with very little compression or none.
> your thoughts,
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