What do you mean by Set Extension??
And this is what it looks like first time you see it played
Try Monkey Jam, Its free and you can choose the FPS rate of your video
samkill2 replied to the topic How Do I Stop Reflections on Windows/doors of Lego Sets? in the forum General Brickfilming 5 years ago
Wear black clothing, that way the darkness of what ur wearing will not reflect onto your set
I have added the ‘darker grey’ onto the pathment. Looks so much better thanks for the advice
This would be my rating in order:
1. plain old fist fights.
2. special moves
3. camera movement
4. unexpected actions
5. smashing non-combatant objects
6. fighting with objects
7. slow mode
10. lighting varying
(But if filming fight scenes in dark settings ‘lighting varying’ would be 4th)*
I do not have a quickcam 9000, but I have a kodak digital camera, and I have the same problem. Sometimes when I take a picture its fine, then i take the next one and the lighting looks different.
I film in the dark with two desk lamps. But I don’t know what the problem is. Watch this video, there are some light flickers in.
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this is the size of my scene setting, this could help you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pw4jh_tEkH8
Hey, I don’t mind acting any part
What roles you got? :what?:
Im willing to do any roles for your Robbery Scene
i would say a goodbrickfilm is something which makes me laugh. But it has to be realistic :mischief
I’d do any amount