An animation is a series of static images broadcast in a specific sequence. For TVs in Europe, this sequence is 25 frames per second. In the United States, the number of frames is 30 frames per second, and in film productions it is 24 frames per second. It's good to know that your presentation should have at least 25 frames per second, because with a smaller number of frames broadcast by digital devices, the human eye senses the transition between them. The more frames are broadcast per second, the better the movements of the objects are perceived.
The quality of the animation depends on the size of the images themselves. The larger they are, the clearer and more detailed the objects will be observed. It is preferable not to use smaller sizes than 720 x 576 pixels - this is the standard resolution for PAL video. It's good to know that HD quality (high resolution) is achieved with an image size of 1280 x 720, Full HD image is 1920 x 1080 pixels and Ultra HD (4K) 4096 x 2160 pixels, which requires huge computing resources and time. A reasonable solution for your presentation is 1280 x 720 pixels (HD).


Interior design of a small living room in Varna

Interior design of a small apartment in Varna

Computer animation of Green Park complex in Kardzhali

Computer animation of Fanagoria complex in Kyulevcha village