Export Dialog Box (Flipbook)


To display: Choose File Export in the flipbook window.

For more information about the flipbook in general, see Previewing Animation in a Flipbook.

File name

File name of the images to load. Click the (...) button to open the browser and search for the images.

File Type

Exports the file in a number of formats, including AVI, QuickTime, etc.

Note that:

  • QuickTime support on Windows requires that QuickTime is installed.

  • QuickTime support on Linux requires OpenQuicktime.


The compressor (coder-decoder) to use for movie files.

For JPEG image files, you can set the compression quality, which is 100% by default.

Source Range

Range of frames to export.

Movie Settings

Audio File

Exports an accompanying audio file with the images. Click the (...) button to open the browser and search for the audio file.

Image Settings

Number padding

Adds numbers to the frame numbers to allow you to match up image sequences. The default syntax is:


where fn is the base file name, # is the frame number, and ext is the file format extension.

Destination Frame Offset

Adds the number of frames you specify to the destination images. For example, you can offset the image sequence before using another tool.

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