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I am doing a music video of Signs of Life, and I noticed that the song ends at about 3:24, but there is silence until 3:37. Should I do animation for the entire 3 minutes and 37 seconds, or just until the song ends?
Either way is fine. I think we already established that you could animate before and after music if you like. And I don’t think you need to cover the additional silence in the track if you don’t want to.
I have a bit of a question concerning the Nadine and Charlie Contest: How large/small do the finished films need to be? That is all. I await your answer patiently – Shale.
My only question is how long the film has to be. I have a really good idea for one of these songs, but it’d be kinda short.. The idea would be around 50 seconds tops, 45 at a least. 😕
dvondrake, the answer to your question has been presented in this thread already. Your film needs to be at least as long as the song you’re animating to.
Shale, I don’t understand your question. Large or Small in what sense?
I think he means file size and thats been covered earlier, I think.
Revmen: Yeah, I meant as in how much file space? Like, how many megabytes does it (the final short) need to be compressed down to?
Addendum: GopedGuy: I just re-read the 7 previous parts of this 8-part thread and I don’t see file size anywhere. I know that back in the THAC contest file size was stated in the beginning as 3 megabytes per minute. Does something similar apply here?
I read the rules, but I didnt find anything.
In my film (not to give away things) I plan to have a chase consisting of a car and a chase. I was trying to think of easy ways to do it, I thought I could do it in 3d, I just wanted to make sure I can use 3d for 1 scene.
“Very first page” wrote: Your video must be a brickfilm in the classic sense of the term. That means it needs to be stopmotion animation and you need to be animating LEGO, Mega-bloks, et al.
If you can render it to look like a normal brickfilm then you might get away with it, but apparently this is supposed to be specifcally stop-motion animation, not general animation…..
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