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    Hi my name is Wack (or James) and im a new brickfilmer!

    I have tried reading some getting started topics but im not sure how to start?

    I have a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T50,a Nikon D70, a Mac Book Pro (older version) with a webcam built into it, I also have a Lodgitech QuickCam Communitcate STX .

    Can someone help me to get started by telling my which software(I have Frame by Frame) to pick up(i have a low budget,very low) and I look forward to meeting you all soon! 😎




    I’m not familiar with Macs, so I can’t help you much with software. Good luck, though.



    Hello there and welcome!

    From what I hear, Frame By Frame is pretty good. I use Boinx iStopmotion and it’s pretty awesome, so I recommend you get that when you’ve got some cash on you.

    I looked up your cameras. They seemed pretty cool, but I couldn’t quite work out if they have manual everything, which is, of course, essential for stop-motion.



    Hi Hazzat!

    I just figured out my Lodgitech webcam doesn’t work on Mac!

    How would i use the other cameras if you knew and would it be worth my while investing in a webcam like QC 9000?

    How much does istopmotion cost too?
    Thanks for the support! 🙂



    Well, the 9000 doesn’t work on a Mac either! Your best best would be the Logitech Quickcam Pro 4000.

    And for iStopmotion:



    Yea, the quickcam is your best option there, and framebyframe, I used to use that with my mac but then we got this dell but if you can’t buy istopmotion then framebyframe will do fine.

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