Not long ago i have been working on a small project. As i m just the beginner, i had to do only the transition animation between the videos. The full video will be shown on a big screen, so for this reason I decided to use quicktime animation RGB+Alpha for the output.
I have noticed that for the same length and quality, my 2 output results had different sizes.
Each video lasts 10 second. But the first transition video consists of some very simple shape layers, while the second consists of some raster pictures plus some glow effects. Also i would like to notice that the Alpha part of each video is the same..
So why do they have different sizes in the output? Does the concent affect their sizes?
Re: Size of the output file by Roei Tzoref on Sep 29, 2016 at 10:45:18 pm
[Ziyaddin Goyushov]" i just need to make the animation and then i send it to the guy who will combine it with the video in the premiere.
I see. I was not aware this video is going to have more processing. in this case a lossless version is warranted. you can use the PNG Codec instead of animation. it is my preferable delivery codec most of the time because I send short length clips via web. if you only have 10 seconds, I would use this one.