“goldencamerastudios” wrote: Do you use iMovie HD for editing?
For the mouth animation I used Sony Vegas and for putting it together was iMovie09.
Well, I have a lot of experience with Chroma Key, but a green brick would not work out well as it wouldn’t look clear on screen.
What you need is a solid green background if you play on Chroma Keying. For example, I’d recommend heading out to walmart or Michael’s arts and crafts store or even staples and picking up a big green piece of paper.…[Read more]
“pandora0816″ wrote: hi its my 1st film and im stuck on my script at the moment ive fought i could do maybe a star wars mcdonalds and a cheeseburger or something comes to life i need help a bit
tiffany and co
Well, I would really consider a script, that way you know how to act when doing voice overs, and animate the characters…[Read more]
LegoLandChronicles replied to the topic Introduce Yourself! (The Welcome to BrickFilms Thread) in the forum Getting Started 4 years, 7 months ago
Hi, I’m Dan, co-creator of the LegoLandChronicles..
I deal mainly with the technical aspects of everything (stop motion, web design, editing ETC.)
Still working with Stop Motion and working on getting a camera without Autofocus
Yeah, don’t use a cam with Autofocus. Believe me, it’s an AWFUL experience..
I’ve heard good things about the Loogitech QuickCam though, and iStopMotion is a great program for Mac users. Another alternative is FrameByFrame (which is free but can be laggy if too many images are inserted at once).
LegoLandChronicles replied to the topic 101 things a lego guy would do for a chocolate bar: PWNED in the forum Post and Review Films 4 years, 8 months ago
Was it chocolate with nuts?
When I heard the Mac bing I thought it was me O_O
But I agree with the guy above me that’s so true
Now THAT’S how you handle computer problems.
Yeah I use iMovie and it’s very nice to have hundreds of high quality sound effects right next to you with no downloads or searching
Take that PC users
If your using a Mac like me, go with FrameByFrame. It’s a freeware program that’s just like MonkeyJam.
For me, I can only import about 100 or so pictures before it starts lagging and not working (in FrameByFrame) so I usually export those 100 pictures and in the end place all the parts in iMovie and I’m done.
MonkeyJam usually gives me…[Read more]
Nice job Looks pretty realistic.
Good work. Animation was very smooth. Only thing I could have really suggested was making the mouthes move.