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April 8, 2003 at 9:54 pm #333
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strider

Okay, I use iMovie (mac) and a digital camcorder to make my movies. The questions are these:

1. What can I use for Mac that is BETTER than iMovie (basically I want to be able to make a lightsaber and blaster bolts) and is cheap. Final cut pro is WAY above my budget.
2. How do I put movies on the web?

Thanks!
(also any ideas on how to maximize my performance with iMovies)

April 8, 2003 at 10:20 pm #336
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Bob Page

1. Alamdv (very cheap)

2. http://www.brickshelf.com

April 9, 2003 at 1:43 am #351
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Lews Therin

Get a real computer, that’s how to maximize performance :evil

No, actually, there are some very nice freeware or shareware programs out there. I don’t know exactly what iMovie can do, but Axogon Composer+VideoMach+DDclip=very good movie.

April 10, 2003 at 12:49 am #394
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cwr89

http://www.bricksinmotion.com go into the software prtion

CWRProductions
Casey

April 10, 2003 at 3:06 am #399
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IndyA

I dont know but i do believe that most of the software at the http://www.bricksinmotion.com/ site is for pc not mac.
Correct me if im wrong.
Kindest Regards :-D
IndyA

April 10, 2003 at 11:02 am #402
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jay

Strider,

A really cheap solution would be to pick up a Limited Edition copy of Photoshop, or perhaps an older copy (not older than 3.0) of the full app at a computer store somewhere. Check the bargain bins. It’s a very handy program to have and even though there are apps with easier ways of making blaster bolts and lightsaber blades, this will get you by.

I’m sure there are cheaper (or free!) image editing apps out there, but I know Photoshop’s got what you need. Indispensable, really.

-j

April 11, 2003 at 1:47 am #464
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Lews Therin

“zirkusaffe” wrote: Strider,

A really cheap solution would be to pick up a Limited Edition copy of Photoshop, or perhaps an older copy (not older than 3.0) of the full app at a computer store somewhere. Check the bargain bins. It’s a very handy program to have and even though there are apps with easier ways of making blaster bolts and lightsaber blades, this will get you by.

I’m sure there are cheaper (or free!) image editing apps out there, but I know Photoshop’s got what you need. Indispensable, really.

-j

MODERATED: no illegal software advertising here. If you want Video Editing applications to be developed, be prepared to pay for them, or use the free alternatives.

Hm, yes, I do belive that that was what is commonly reffered to as a joke. I specifically said that I do not advise the use of p2p file-stealing networks for this kind of stuff, but that you should instead go look up with google a good freeware or shareware program. If you of all people, Bluntman, don’t get that joke then my sense of humor is even odder than previously thought.

April 11, 2003 at 2:29 am #472
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Brian of Gep

Lews – just to warn you.

Advertising illegal software is prohibited on this forum.
You might want to edit your post before someone else does.

April 11, 2003 at 3:11 am #476
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Windforce

MODERATED: Thanks for your warning, Windforce. I edited the program’s name from your post as well.

April 13, 2003 at 12:46 am #571
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Lews Therin

Did none of you people notice the little ‘evil-joking’ smily? This: :evil means a joke…sheesh, I was not suggesting you do it…

April 13, 2003 at 1:05 am #573
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“Lews Therin” wrote: Did none of you people notice the little ‘evil-joking’ smily? This: :evil means a joke…sheesh, I was not suggesting you do it…

uuh, no ” :evil ” means “evil thoughts” – I should know, I made the emoticons.

interpritations of the mini-fig-head-emoticons aside – suggesting or encoraging, the pirating of software is not something that will win you much respect around here. –
If thins kind of thing gets out of hand, and the forum becomes rife with it, and it shows up on the radar somewhere in a software company Jason (the owner of this site) could get nasty threataning letters from lawers.

so, if you steal software, keep it to yourself, if you find yourself with an uncontrolable urge to tell people to steal, and how to do it – keep it to e-mail
it doesn’t belong here – “joke” or not ‘k?

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