New Poster! It's high time :P As you've noticed about a slightly different subject... it's a return to the past, to almost the beginning of our story... so let's started!
Well, as you know, due to the fact that the owners / creators of Adobe and Windows abandoned us / treated us brazenly, I decided that we will also put our animations (on NG) in the .mp4 format. I think it's a pretty cool idea and it will allow us to get fans / viewers back... it will be our revival! Our resurrection! :P
So let's start at the beginning:
As you can see (in the above excerpt / screen), I proposed the following information:
- icon - this is the icon that shows that it is a .mp4 version,
- title - main title, containing information about .mp4 format (do you think it's the best?),
- short description - what should be here? What is currently not quite suitable for me.
As you can see (above) I already managed to convert the 'swf' files (yes, files) to 'mp4' (I bought quite an expensive program for this, but it's worth it). A quite unexpected situation turned out... I didn't expect it to be possible on NG, but yes... you can have several versions of the same movie in one project. In real time (while watching a movie) you can change the version (quality) of the movie you are watching:
- 360p - 1000x700 - 10:05 (304MB) - very fast, but poor quality (standard size of animation),
- 720p - 1296x996 - 11:38 (488MB) - bit slower, but better quality (good compromise),
- 1080p - 1480x1180 - 13:00 (620MB) - slow, but best quality (amazing high quality).
- information that this is an .mp4 (format) version with the justification that this project was created because it's impossible (it's very difficult) to view the animation in swf format,
- some information about what happened earlier in our history,
- information like the fragment above - what this part concerns, etc.,
- information that the video is converted to different resolutions (360p, 720p and 1080p) to choose from and we recommend 720p,
- thanks to the entire team,
- should we link to previous animations? As in the original Reduce 2 - Part I?