- About Me
- I animate on and off. Although I often don't have enough time for a serious animated short, I still like to help out the community and make impromptu animations. I also perform classical piano and 3D modeling for games.
- Piano, film making and animating, etc.
- Crime and Punishment, The Trial, Harry Potter
- Member since
- Sunday, 20 June 2010 16:53
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P.S. how about "street life" for this months chellenge?
I'm getting started in clay animation and I've bought a video camera, a Sony handycam HDR-XR550VE. It seems to me a good camera, but now I have a problem: the resolution it gives in Stopmotion Pro is very small. So I need to found some kind of connection between the HD of the camera and the USB of my computer. Could anybody help me?
If you have photoshop extended, then you can import a video and edit it frame by frame - there is some animation timeline window...
I have iStopMotion express, and have been using it with my very old DV camera. I've wanted to try Helium Frog on windows with my newer camera.
You have istopmotion pro? I never understood why they wanted $400 dollars just for quality...
No, that's legit stop motion (even the water.) I also do some 3D stuff, but I have Cinema 4D for that - I know one of my youtube Cinema4D tutorials is quite popular... :) (I've tried blender but the interface is impossible, Im waiting for 2.5 final release to come out)
I used your tutorial to build the arms on a robot puppet. Thanks for the idea!