Sequence Export|Export your frames as a sequence of JPG, PNG, TIFF or WEBP images

Applicable to: AnimaShooter Capture, AnimaShooter Pioneer

1. Open project

Click Open project file or Recent projects and load an existing project.

2. Switch to Timing tab

Switch to Timing tab and look at the bottom of the Timeline. Yellow line on the bottom of Timeline marks the range of frames to be exported.

3. Click All Button Optional

Click this button if you wish to export all of the frames. You can always adjust range manually.

4. Click Sequence tab

Click Sequence tab to set up image format and export options.

5. Set output format

Choose an export format (PNG, JPG, TIFF, WebP, BMP).

6. Set export policy

If current frame size doesn't match the actual size of captured image, you need to set up the export policy. AnimaShooter can stretch image to fit the frame size or crop image.

7. Start export

Click folder icon (1) to select the output folder. Then click Start Export button (2) to begin export. Wait until the export process completes.

8. Browse for exported images

Click View Exported Frames button.

9. Done! Now you have a sequence of numbered images

The most common method of exchanging video across editing and compositing programs is a sequence of numbered images. You can import your image sequence to an editing program of your choice (AfterEffects, Premiere Pro, etc.).

AnimaShooter Tutorials

  • Sequence Export

    Export your frames as a sequence of JPG, PNG, TIFF or WEBP images

  • Import Frames

    Import arbitrary frames or a sequence of frames, using single file name as a mask

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