Check It Out! New Pizzeria Movie!

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    Yolegoman
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    “WeirdEars” wrote: I use LEGO studios.

    No wonder. Still, lighting will help a lot. Ever seen Bricks of Doom, my Horror Comp Film? That was filmed with the Lego Cam, and the quality was bearable, to say the least, it was much better then many other films cam quality.

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    I do use the Logitech QuickCam Web (the LEGO cam). I can’t use the Logitech QuickCam Pro 3000 because I don’t have one and can’t afford one.

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    Damn, wierdears, don’t you even listen? This was b4 I got the Logitech 4000! IT WAS FILMED WITH THE LEGO CAM!

    As in the one with studs on the top!

    If you try, you can get decent results with the lego cam, if you worry about your lighting, which you don’t. :roll

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    when filming with the LEGO Cam what programs do you use to make your movie, Yolegoman

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    Damn, wierdears, don’t you even listen? This was b4 I got the Logitech 4000! IT WAS FILMED WITH THE LEGO CAM!

    dang bro, lay off the caffeine

    #2004 Reply
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    Same ones I always use, Ferder, Windows Movie Maker, 1 OR 2, and Videomach, I can’t live without that software.

    I also use Bsol for masking, not bluescreening though.

    If you get that softtware, Wierdears, all free, you can make much better films, even with your lego cam.

    Oh, and get another light.

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    how can I capture stop-motion with Windows movie maker? Or do you use a different program for capturing.

    (my sig sure is appropriate :-) )

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    Pretty good job on the film compared to your others…

    Ferder-I wanna know the same thing…

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    http://www.brickfilms.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=72

    specifically part 3-1

    — mrgraff

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    oh. So I should use SMA to get my clips then edit ‘em in Windows Movie Maker? I’ve tried importing clips into WMM but haven’t found it that easy. They all keep coming up as seperate projects

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