- February 17, 2010 at 2:10 pm #411668
I have a qc9000 that allows up to 1600×1200. But obviously that takes up a lot of memory and cpu. (My computer only has a cpu of 2.53 ghz and 512 ram so when I set it this high it keeps on crashing the animation software.) The best I can achieve is 960×720 (a file of 11 frames added up to 627 kb). Is that a decent resolution to shoot at if I want to eventually export to a DVD? What are some of your experiences with the resolution ranges?February 19, 2010 at 7:31 pm #411696
I would suggest filming at either 800×600 or 640×480
In my opinion 640×480 is the best because it does not take up a lot of space and yet has good picture quality.
Hope I helped, :wink
~legofilmer96February 19, 2010 at 8:37 pm #411700
Thanks a lot! I saw you posted a while back about a lego cradle for the qc 9000. Would you happen to have any detailed instructions on how to make one?
DanMarch 30, 2010 at 10:31 pm #411909
Well, I have two different styles(none are by me).
I will Make a new topic And Put Both of them on there.
Legofilmer96April 9, 2010 at 5:07 pm #411932
Thanks, I found this to be pretty informative.
http://www.bricksinmotion.com/refugeeca … d=2651&p=1
Any ideas on my other question:
I’m using a program that captures a frame at a time, how do I create a panning, tracking shot that contains action in it, if the action isn’t occurring in real time?
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