I've got a long project, almost 7500 frames and a little over 5 minutes. Big. I finished it and exported it as a .mov, but only the first three minutes are being exported. The video just ends right then and there. It might be a bug considering I just updated to the most recent version today, but I figured I'd check.
to export in mov format you should choose export video ,
then you choose the location and file type .mov and the frame size
Thank you for your response, but that's exactly what I'm doing, even up to the 'when last frame is reached'. It still won't export the whole thing.
May be its a matter of codecs , specially if you are installing third parter players or codecs , so we can try to reinstall the quikquick to make sure of that
you can download quick time from here :
I exported it again after installing QuickTime, same thing.
Do you have a computer that could handle such a big export?
If not you can export it in sections and the edit together in Premiere or After Effects.
It's handled bigger stuff before, so it should be able to. I'll export it in segments if I have to, though.
I Suggest if you try to check the frame it stops at . try to modify this frame by removing or adding any of that thing that might be the reason of stopping at. and then try again if it passed this frame then its the reason and my happens in later on frames
I am having the same issue and i have even tried clearing and removing keyframes an frames at the point where it stops exporting. the swf file when exported shows the whole animation but when i export to video it will only show the first 18 seconds of a 1m 20s animation. Everything is on the main timeline and nothing is nested within any movie clips there are no movie clips just graphics.