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    Question How to export a animation to windows mwdia player

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    I HAVE 3D MAX 2013.. I JUST MADE AN ANIMATION AND I WONDER IF I CAN SEE IT IN WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER OR IN ANOTHER PROGRAM ...????
    HOW CAN I EXPORT THE ANIMATION..!!!! TO SEE IT IN YOUTUBE...

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    Question How to export a animation to windows media player

    I HAVE 3D MAX 2013, I WONDER IF I CAN SEE MY ANIMATION IN WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER OR IN ANOTHER MOVIE PLAYER SOFTWARE...!!!!

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    You need to render your animation to a movie file in order to view it in windows media player. Search YouTube for videos on rendering animation in Studio Max. There are lots of tutorials.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cad64 View Post
    You need to render your animation to a movie file in order to view it in windows media player.


    This is true, however it is better to render the animation to image sequence files then convert the frames into a movie file - This way you won't lose your whole animation if computer crashes or a power failure


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    thanks.. but that dont answer my situation.... I really look around and finally
    I have the answer.... but thanks anyway.. have a nice christmas...

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