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How to Make Animated Films by Kathryn Spencer, Tony White

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Film Production 21 

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Rendering

Rendering is the stage in production when all the work created so far, and all the data generated during the digital process, are brought together and converted into a film file that can be played back by anyone, at any time, on a standard digital movie player. The file formats most conventionally used are mov (QuickTime) or avi (Windows Media), although there are many others available, especially those for the MP4 format (e.g., video i-Pods).

QuickTime 7.5 allows you to export any movie to an MP4 format, which is ideal for today's distribution on the Web via YouTube, blog sites, etc. (Source: The author's own British ...

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