Ok guys this is a bit of odd one, I did small project in Hype meant for a video output its for the new Sony A7III branded by a retailer. I know what your thinking, why the heck would he use Hype for this project - right? I used Hype because it can pretty much handle video exports and besides all of my image assets were there from the get go from previous web ads.
To my surprise, Hype handled everything well for 1280x720 @60FPS with a few minor exceptions. There was one thing missing in the export process which I would want to see in the future and it is the ability to add a slight motion blur in video exports via a check box. As well as, maybe add a few more selections for frame rate drop down 90FPS and 120FPS which would make videos look smoother since on displays like 2K and Full HD theres in/out transitions noticeable choppiness happening specially on the subtle transition pans and zooms? With everything Im asking, Im aware that Hype was never intended to be used like a video editing app.
The Video was added to the forum vs a traditional download link thanks @Daniel.
Below video doesn’t have any kind of blur added.
I tried to get a slight blur by way of grouping all of the elements and using a blur filter with the lowest settings but that didn’t t produce an authentic result.
Right now, I have to take it into Final Cut and re-export it. But if, hype had something like below it would save me from having to go open, load the video and re-export it again.