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    how to make final render be slower & longer

    How can one make the rendered output last longer and move more slowly? For example, in the first tutorial with the 6 planes blowing right, the 6 pictures blow by very swiftly indeed! It would be nice to slow everything down a bit so the viewer can get a better look at the pictures. So what is the best way, if it is even possible, to adjust the timing of the final rendered product so that it wiil be stretched over time, to run longer and slower without degrading quality?

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    Product and Vertical Market Manager - Digital Broadcast
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    Hi,

    There is a tutorial on the DVD called "adjusting speed" that covers this.
    Zane Condren
    Product and Vertical Market Manager - Digital Broadcast
    NewTek Inc.
    new.tk/call

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    Check out the new 3DA website
    http://www.newtek.com/3DA/tutorials/getting_started/

    On the tutorials page you will see the adjusting speed tutorial

    It is also on the content DVD labeled Disc 2

    put in the disc
    it autoruns
    click view tutorials
    go to the tutorials page

    It is done through the scene editor in Layout by scaling all keys.

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