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    Okay, I need some help with this question: how do you get rid of that annoying flicker in brickfilms?? I try to only film at night and during the day I cover up the windows with blankets and I close the blinds but nothing seems to work! I use a Canon Rebel T3 and I have all the settings that I know about on manual so um… does anyone have a solution to my problem?

    #421807 Reply

    Hi Joshua,

    Are you using jpeg? There may be a setting in the camera that deals with how the images are processed to jpegs causing a variation from frame to frame.

    I’ve found an extensive tutorial on reducing flicker:

    http://blogs.adobe.com/aftereffects/2012/07/reducing-flicker-for-stop-motion-animation-and-time-lapse-photography.html

    They also talk a great deal about how lenses affect flicker. I hope that helps!

    Do let us know how it works out. Good luck!

    #421851 Reply

    Thanks for showing me the article! I’ll have to use some of those tips next time I make another Brickfilm!

    #421866 Reply

    You’re welcome! Let us know how it goes :)

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