Normally I use 25 frames/sec,
but if I send animations on the web I use 10 frames/sec.
This about the length of the file.
Also it depends I use .avi or .gif as output.
This means that the movement of an object is less smoothly with 10 frames/sec.
It also depends what you want,
example of real time mechanical animation:
you want to move object A in a distance of 250 mm,
with a resolution (movement) of 10 mm,
and this must be done in 0.5 sec.
Then you need (250 mm / (10 mm / image)) = 25 frames in 0.5 sec = 50 frames/sec.
So, you need to enter 25 frames,
and the settings in AnimationLab on 50 frames/sec.
I also output the drawings in .bmp,
for me, these are longer as file, but better to import in other graphic programs for editing.
Lots of fun,
« Last Edit: October 08, 2009, 03:15:48 PM by marc_256 »
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