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Praney Behl

Is it possible to export animation?

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Hi all,

 

I am trying to find a way to export the timeline animation to a mp4(compressed) video.

 

Does someone know how this can be done?

 

Will really appreciate your inputs and suggestions.

 

Thanks

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I don't have any specific solutions for you, but as far as I am aware the only way to record what is happening in a browser as video, would be using screen capture / screencast software.

 

I'm pretty sure QuickTime and VLC have some basic screen recording built in, otherwise you might google for a specific screen capture solution.

 

Wikipedia: Comparison of screencasting software

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I don't think using screencasting software will be a reliable option. Maybe I can create a server and process it on the server.

 

Thanks for your input though.

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Thanks Jonathan,

 

I have been through that resource before, but I was trying to not involve php and maybe to it solely with HTML5+Javascript.

 

I have come across a solution which involves running a node server  and then communicating with a video encoder.

 

But this is all a bit complicated and resource intensive. I was hoping to source a rather smarter way from some of the brilliant minds here in this community.

 

Thanks for your suggestion. :)

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  • 3 years later...

Thanks.

I created animations in canvas and used CCapture to generate a video. 

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