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Well i have an avi 25fps and i would like to place some text transitions over it- the problem is though if i have my director project at 25fps it means i'm using a very large work area which i do not want- is it posssible to have the avi polaying at 25fps independent of the overal project speed of say 10fps? thanks liamo...

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    Well i have an avi 25fps and i would like to place some text transitions over it- the problem is though if i have my director project at 25fps it means i'm using a very large work area which i do not want- is it posssible to have the avi polaying at 25fps independent of the overal project speed of say 10fps?
    thanks
    liamo


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    Default Re: tempo of avi different to that of movie...

    In article <br2kb3$mpi$1forums.macromedia.com>,
    "liamo11" [email]webforumsusermacromedia.com[/email] wrote:
    > Well i have an avi 25fps and i would like to place some text transitions
    > over it- the problem is though if i have my director project at 25fps it
    > means i'm using a very large work area which i do not want- is it posssible
    > to have the avi polaying at 25fps independent of the overal project speed of
    > say 10fps?

    Hi Liamo11,

    Yes, the Director tempo can be a different rate than the video's
    tempo/fps. The two tempos will play independently.

    You could also change the Director tempo during the portion of the
    project where you are playing the video, if that will help you
    synchronize. Be aware that different machines (especially slower ones)
    will play the Director tempo at varying rates according to machine
    ability. Video will pretty much play at the same speed across varying
    machines, but a slow machine may exhibit some stuttering or dropped
    frames.

    You can change Director's tempo through Lingo or by using the Tempo
    channel.

    --
    Best regards,
    Aaron Jones
    Macromedia Technical Support
    Aaron Jones - Macromedia TS Guest

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