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In the FBX export options, you need to make sure Bake Animations is checked. Sources: http://forums.cgsociety.org/archive/index.php?t-987766.html http://markj3d.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/FBX
This answer from the ImageMagick forum solved the problem of combining files into an animation convert 'image-%d.png[0-20]' output.gif
It is to be noted that on Windows 8.1 animated Gifs will not play. I installed GifViewer to view animated gifs. The Publish Settings in Flash worked for me. Also to be noted that gradients are not translated well in animated gifs.
You'd be a lot better off probably using Blender, Maya, or After Effects + Cinema4D for this. But if you are confident you can create the object in Photoshop than frame rate shouldn't be an issue. Adobe Photoshop has decent video controls now and renders as .mp4. Additionally, you could use Adobe Media Encoder if you need to convert from .mp4 to some other ...
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