This is a follow-on from my previous query about exporting video with a soundtrack. I'm assuming this is not possible currently.
So what to do? Save Images to Movie will do the job. However, as I look inside the resulting file with, say, Media Inspector, I find the frame rate of the resulting ProRes 422 file is 41.369 fps. Assuming you'd like to use the file as a clip in a longer video or would simply like to give the file some shape with fades, etc. this frame rate seems to be problematic when it comes time to render the content in H264 for, say, Vimeo. The export preset in Resolve for Vimeo defaults to a 24fps render. This is not any kind of multiple of the clip's default of 41-and-change. Here's what it looks like as I use (with thanks) balan's simple audio reactive composition with some of my music.
To my eye, it starts pretty well but by about the 1 minute point it starts to go chunky and ends up looking almost like a stop motion project. The synch with the audio seems reasonably OK but is should... flow. Like it does in the Window in Vuo itself.
Yes, there are wheels within wheels, all sorts of factors that could be contributing to this. But, my purpose, is to try to eliminate as many of those factors as possible.
So the question: is there a way to get a movie file out of Vuo that has a frame rate that I can control or at least conforms to one of the standard rates and that will be the product of some process that takes into account as many of the other bottlenecks and limitations of any given set up as possible?
I think I'm back to a viable NRT solution but I'm really new to this software; there are hundreds of wrinkles that I'm unaware of that, if flattened out, might get me where I need to be.
Thanks for your help. ...edN