Tips for a Greenhorn

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    Mr._Awesome
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    I’m going to start making lego videos to put on youtube.com with my friend. I’ve read that MonkeyJam Beta and Audacity are pretty good. Are there any other programs we should get? :)

    #413567
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    CyberCom
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    There are many freeware programs. Wax 2.0 is like a simpler version of Sony Vegas. You can add Detonation Film effects and transitions with it. LSMaker is a program for lightsaber and laser effects. Gimp 2.6 is a free Photoshop tool which can edit and manipulate your photos. There are some tools on YouTube that you can use after you upload it. Did this info help?

    #417171
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    There’s also AP and Blender for advance editing for the effects in case you’re interested. AP is equipped with a lot of features for the same set of film so this may be a good start for you as well.

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    Joseph Propati
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    Hello,
    I just started Lego Stop Motion and I use MoviePlus and DrawPlus to do my video and photo editing.
    MoviePlus will do Green/Blue screen and video overlap.
    DrawPlus is great for adding mouth shapes to the lego face for voice matching.

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    Joseph Propati
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    EDIT: No Spamming or Double Posting

    #417630
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    BrixForce
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    Please try not to double post.

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