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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?

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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. :o

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    I think most programs can’t create such a long movie.

    Ya that was my problem with most other programs was that they didn’t seem to support my ambitions in creating large projects. Or if they did, it was through a lot of fuss and bother.

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    The best thing to do when it comes to long movies is to focus on each scene at a time. So, when using something like DDClip Free, first make each scene, and then make the whole movie out of each scene.

    Just cut the film up in smaller pieces and paste them together after you perfectioned the smaller pieces.

    Of course, this is how I would do it when making a large movie.

    Still eagerly waiting… ;)

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    Actually that does make a lot of sense. Maybe that’s what I’ll do for now on. So you recommend DDClip Free? Hmm…

    Btw, how am I going to explain why the prequel to ‘The Wars of Darkness’ is going to look so much crisper that the original? I know! A great fog of war has been lifted :lol:

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    Mechanco
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    BTW, how’s that trailer coming?

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    It’s still in the working phase. Oddly, I find making trailers more difficult than making the films itself!

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    what framerate is it at and what camera did you use?

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    what framerate is it at and what camera did you use?

    It’s the Lego Cam from Lego Studios, so naturally the frame rate isn’t too good. If/when I get the trailer done, you’ll have to assess your interest from there.

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    “Selavast” wrote: Oddly, I find making trailers more difficult than making the films itself!

    Trust me, I understand. I’m working on an unfinished movie and people want a trailer!

    -Dave

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