Making a movie with higher image resolution?
Tue, 10/08/2019 - 10:12 am
Does anyone have advice on how I might be able to improve the image resolution of an Igor-created movie?
I'm trying to export a movie of an animated plot from Igor into a form that can be played in PowerPoint (see attached pxp), but the resolution of the generated mp4 appears to be significantly lower than the resolution of the initial plots as viewable in Igor.
Right now, my best solution is to simply draw the plots with really big sizes in Igor, but it seems there has to be a better way of doing this. I've played around a little bit with the /CF flag in the NewMovie function, but this doesn't seem to change things much. Here is my movie-making code:
variable/G kk, freq, tt
variable v1, v2
xx = 0
tt = 0
for(i=0; i<= 200;i+=1)
xx = i/5 *freq
v1 = cos( 2*pi*(kk*xx - freq*tt))
v2 = sin( 2*pi*(kk*xx - freq*tt))
tracker = xx
Thanks to anyone who may be able to provide advice! I'm working with a MacBook Pro laptop with retina screen.
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