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Image file number sequence for partial animations

Question asked by Bill Toft on Apr 10, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 11, 2017 by Brian Hillner

In Photoview 360, the still images are numbered from #0000 (at time 0:00) and increment by one for each frame saved. So at 30FPS, time 0:10 is frame #0300.

Then if I need to render just part of the animation (say from time 0:05 to 0:10), the file names start at #0150.

Then I can later use QuickTime Pro to load all images into a movie because the files are in the correct number sequence.


Today I tried doing a partial animation in Visualize (into a different folder than the original animation), so I entered the frame range as 150 to 300. But I was disappointed to find that Visualize saved the files with numbers from #0000 to #0150 (instead of #0150 to #0300 as I was expecting).

This will force me to rename all these files before I can add them to the original folder and replace the older images. Big waste of time.

(I have 2017 SP2)

Can this be made an enhancement request?