Split point was an experiment.

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After rendering my first few animations of the mandelbox – I found my camera skills leaving a lot to be desired, when it came to moving around and into the mandelbox! Some movements were too quick and jerky – whilst others took too long to play out. I use stabilizers from a review of the top stabilizers on the market. Also been trying my video editing skills to resolve the problem.
To smooth the camera’s pitch and roll, I remapped the time of the fast areas to slow them down, that worked, but although the camera had smoothed out, the animation was very jerky as it was only 4-5frames per seconds at some points. Now you can just blend original frames together to create new ones and put them in between the originals – fine if you have at least 15-20fps to play with but when the frame rate is as low as 4-5fps (normally i render at 30fps) it gives bad results. so instead I used a pixel blending technique to create the brand new frames – so that the video could slow down without the animation losing details.

I have decided they were good results – although it led to a longer post production time.
The final product is a
1280×720 res
multi-pass h264 encoded (32,768 kbit/sec) video
aac encoded audio
in an mp4 container.

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Audio used is a very nice piece of deep tech house called

“Head Of Beans” by Marten Fisher http://90watts.com/releases/9041