Unfortunately the support has not responded to my inquiry for a month. So I try it here.I have created a video of a large infrastructure project. There are columns which are totally distorted in the vidoe export. Handkerum other curves are perfectly round.The model was imported as IFC 2x3.Does anyone have any idea how I can export the video in good quality? In the export settings I have already tried all variants, the quality of the round element remains poor.
I don't see a support ticket regarding the above issue, but I can assure you our support team has a great response and resolution time. If you do have a ticket number, I can look into it.
Are your models geolocated? If yes, it could be one possible cause. Please review this wiki.
Also review the recommended settings for exporting an animation, here.
The Ticket # is: CS0005138
I did set the model to 0/0/0 but the quality was still the same.
And I also do have the problem, that I set some view points in the animation editor but the video doas not really set the same view point.
Left: Video in the first view point (zoomed out too much), right: First View Point (should be zoomed in). Or sometimes the video is just not moving.
I notice you are using Rendering Options > Open GL, whereas we recommend Direct X. See if that helps with the quality.
In order to match the camera in both the 3D View and Animation Export > Content tab, please ensure that while setting the Viewpoint, the aspect ratio of the 3D View window matches that of your Animation output. For example, if you are rendering a resolution of 1920x1080 which has a 16:9 ratio, make your 3D View either 1920x1080 or 960x540 -
Other thing you can try.
After you move your component to 0,0,0.
Just want to know if you select all your components, and check the Bounding Box, what is the size?
If you still have some component that at far away, can you try to just unload those far component, and see the result?
I did change the model to 0/0/0 coordinates. The quality in the synchro is much better:
Also the video export is better, but it is still not in good quality.
I tried to follow all your recommendations: What are the best practices for Animation Export settings?
But it is still very blurred: