Live action stop motion

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    • #37101
      AvatarFitzufilms
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      http://video.msn.com/v/us/v.htm?g=9689f5a0-5be8-47d7-ac18-70c5758117c8&f=&fg=copy

      How is the video above created? Do they use still photography and link it together? Or do they us video and start and stop recording continuously? Is there a program used to link the pics together? I imagine if you took all still pics and played them one after the other that would be the result, but i have never tried it. Thanks.

    • #164459
      Avatarbrandon0409
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      COuldn’t watch the video. This link takes me to the MSN homepage but no videos.

    • #164460
      AvatarFitzufilms
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      If you wait 15sec after the Cadilac trailer it plays the video "Tony Vs. Paul" but, I put a direct link here
      http://www.ifilm.com/video/2803192

      Thanks

    • #164461
      AvatarDarkshrimp
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      if your talking about stop motion, i always reckon they took single photos and linked them together, but after thinking about it, there’s an easier way, just film the whole thing, and then in your editor program, only use the frames you need πŸ™‚ and it should look something like that

    • #164462
      AvatarFitzufilms
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      Thats an interesting take shrimp, I’m not sure if it’s "easier" but, something to consider. If you used still pictures it would take a long time to get all the frames but it would be a cinch in post. If you filmed it would be easy during production but, tedious in post.

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