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  • #124398
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    Selavast
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    Actually I’ve finally met the quota of films I was planning to send out. So we can consider this discussion complete. Thank you to all who took interest, and I hope you enjoy the copies I sent you.

    And for the record, I will still eventually put a trailer on here for those who didn’t get a copy sent to them. If requests are high enough, I’ll send out more. And since this will be my last post on this topic, I wish you all the best, and happy filming!

    Selavast

    #124411
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    BertL
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    Well, I don’t know who else ordered the DVD, but I did. I’d be willing to put up a Bittorrent thing for it, if I can get the file on my computer.

    And if Selavast agrees with it.

    #124412
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    MindGame
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    Congratulations of making a 3 hour brickfilm (I would have gone insane ;))

    It does sound inviting, but I would like to see a trailer beforehand if possible.

    -MindGame

    #124414
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    Selavast
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    I know I said I posted my last before, but this will be the final one (probably) :roll

    For all those I’ve sent copies to, you can feel free to share it any way you like. I’ve merely been interested in sharing it with people, which is why I went through all this. Now that that’s essentially complete, I can retire for a bit.

    I do want to ask however, if anyone knows how to efficiently use Sony DVD Architect 3.0? I’m not very computer minded (as it may seem obvious), and so any and all help would be great. Also, could anyone tell me how to RIP this film to my computer in one solid file with it’s audio intact? Because what I’m trying to do is import the whole thing into the Sony DVD Architect, and then build a better DVD around it. Because until now, the copies I’ve made (and even sent out) have been extremely basic.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. 🙂

    #124415
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    BertL
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    Feel free to post as much as you like, Selavast.

    #124417
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    Selavast
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    Thanks.

    Oh, and btw BertL, if my latest PM to you fails to send, I’m letting you know that I sent your copy out today. I hope you enjoy it!

    #124968
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    RP Hoogle
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    it is possible to import lego studios clips to movie maker Ive done it. the bad thing is that their is no stopmotion sound but their live action sound

    #124969
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    iamcharles
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    Yeah, if somone who gets the dvd could make a torrent file i will help seed it.

    #124980
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    BertL
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    “RP Hoogle” wrote: it is possible to import lego studios clips to movie maker Ive done it. the bad thing is that their is no stopmotion sound but their live action sound

    That’s… quite off topic.

    How can you have live action sound when you made a movie through pictures?

    #124986
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    Batze
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    I’m interested too.
    3 hours is a very long time.
    Which program you used to cut it? I think most programs can’t create such a long movie. 😮

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