Hello, I'm trying to regenerate an animation using Luxology now that we have a computer that can handle it, but the problem is that for each frame of the video a huge .bimg file is generated. Is there a way to generate a Luxology animation without generating the .bimg file? It would take approximately 134 Terabytes of space to hold the 3600 frames worth of images and .bimg files.
Is there any way to drastically reduce the size of the .bimg file? Any help on this would be appreciated.
I use Adobe Premiere there is a program call Red Shark by Lightworks that creates really good quality mp4 videos the interface is kind of weird but the free version will allow you to create 1280x720 videos if you want to give that a try.
Answer Verified By: KKnepper
KKnepper said:but the free version is limited in resolution output and it is time consuming to learn.
You should try Blender (free and open source). Regards