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MrMoke 09-17-2015 10:39 AM

Problems exporting videos in 2.4.3
 
I'm using Win7 64-bit system with Alice 2.4.3 and was trying to export a sample world to video that included some sound clips. All of the various sound clips work normally when running the model, and they can also be heard when recording the video, but when it is exported to a .mov file the sounds don't all seem to make it.

The type of sound file doesn't seem to be the problem, since multiple uses of the same file in the same world sometimes do, and sometimes don't, work.

wbarnum 09-18-2015 07:29 AM

[QUOTE=MrMoke;56771]The type of sound file doesn't seem to be the problem, since multiple uses of the same file in the same world sometimes do, and sometimes don't, work.[/QUOTE]

If you exported the same program twice, would the exact same audio get recorded both times?

MrMoke 09-18-2015 01:04 PM

More typically, the last sound played is the only one to be used in the final product. All of the sound files are apparently stored the "sound" and "frames" subfolders, but not combined properly when the export button is pressed.
:(

Funnybone 09-18-2015 03:38 PM

Take a screen recorder to the 3D screen (the one that lets you watch your animations or whatnot.) Pause the animation, click record on the screen recorder, when it's done, take it to a good video editor, cut the last part where you were getting it set up.

Hope this helped. :)

MrMoke 09-20-2015 08:52 PM

Sorry- That doesn't fix the bugs. :(

Funnybone 09-21-2015 04:01 AM

[QUOTE=MrMoke;56799]Sorry- That doesn't fix the bugs. :([/QUOTE]
[size=102][font=Painterz]Wait, what doesn't?[/font][/size]


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