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Anime Studio™ 6: The Official Guide by Kelly L. Murdock

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Exporting Animation Files for a DVD

If you’re planning on exporting your animation so that it can be played on a DVD player, there are some tips that can make the process run a little more smoothly. Set your animation to use a frame rate of 30 fps for NTSC or to 25 fps for PAL. NTSC is common in the U.S. and Canada, and the PAL format is common in Europe.

For the resolution, you can choose the one of the 1080p presets in the Project Settings dialog box to use a resolution of 1440 pixels by 1080 pixels for HDV or the HDTV preset with a resolution of 1920 by 1080.

Although these presets will work fine, you can actually improve the visual quality of the animation if you double the resolution and then resize it later in your video editing software. ...

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