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    Pause Animation Without Losing It?

    I am part way through a 48 hour animation sequence and I have noted a problem in the latter part of the animation I would like to fix. Is there any way I can pause or cancel an animation without killing the Quicktime Movie file I have been creating?

    I know I should have rendered the animation in pieces, but I wasn't thinking when I hit F10.

    Cheers, Phil
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    I would render image sequences rather then avi or quicktime for this very reason.

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    and for many, many other reasons too!
    Computer crashes / power failures
    Frames are numbered for you
    Preview animations' frames before it's done
    and some others I forget right now :P
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