Yes, in the Export/Animation dialog you can set the file type (I use .MOV) and there is an Options button, where you can set the resolution and the frame rates, etc. I use 720 lines of vertical resolution (or 1024 for full HD), and I use 20-30 FPS. You can set the time to hold each "Scene" and the time to transition between them -- these are set in the View/Animation/Settings dialog.
So, you set up the Scenes, and set them in the order you want to use (think of them as key frames?) and you can include them or skip them in the Animation. You can preview this live on the screen. Then when you set up the Export settings be aware that the aspect ratio of the animation file may be a little different than your screen, so don't frame things too tightly, unless a little cropping is okay with you.
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