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  • #270667
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    My fellow brickfilmers, i have brought you here today…
    Oh forget that but i need help and some tips when making my movies.
    1st question: how do you get people/objects in the air without having your hand in the picture?
    2nd question: what programmes should i use to put my pics in and make my film?

    All answers would be much appreciated, thanks!

    #270668
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    MB
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    In answer to your first question: this would require a thing called masking. You probably shouldn’t worry about that yet.

    For your second question, there are lots of programs you could use. If you’re looking for free programs, use SMA (search for it on Google) to capture your images and then Windows Movie Maker (or similiar) to put your clips together.

    #270670
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    Rich.
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    He’s right you know.

    #270671

    Or there’s monkey jam. Head over to the resources page for links and stuff.

    #270734
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    Anonymous

    thanks guys. the 2nd question though, i use wmm normaly but it can only do around 4 f/ps. is that ok to post a film on here or does it need to be quicker?

    #270739
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    Droid
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    “123jackb123″ wrote: thanks guys. the 2nd question though, i use wmm normaly but it can only do around 4 f/ps. is that ok to post a film on here or does it need to be quicker?

    Well, put your images in monkeyjam and save it as a avi file then import it to WMM and you have 15fps in a clip, 15fps is standard with monkeyjam.

    #270741
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    housestudios
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    4fps is to slow, use 15fps or 12fps

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    “Droidimation” wrote: 15fps is standard with monkeyjam.

    No its actually 24, or atleast on my program. 4 fps is a little too slow to really be considered for a decent animation. You should start around 10 fps and work up to 15, in my opinion, before posting a film.

    #270760
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    ok thanks again. ill try monkeyjam

    #270768
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    put your images in monkeyjam and save it as a avi file then import it to WMM

    when i go to save as it doesn’t have the avi as a type, i can only save as an exposure sheet so when opened in wmm, it comes up with error-not a valid wmm file or summit

    forget it i figured it out because im such a genius :D

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