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Digital Blue Cameras Inset Digital Blue Cameras Inset Tuesday 3 rd June 2008
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Creating Animations
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Creating Animations Creating Animations 1. Attach your camera to your computer and go to Live Screen Mode. You should see the view from your camera on your screen. 2. Click on Stop Motion Animation to begin.
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Creating Animations Creating Animations 1. Click on Capture A Frame 15 times initially to capture 15 frames (1 second). 2. Now move your characters slightly and capture 3 more frames. 3. Repeat this as many times as necessary.
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Unformatted text preview: Remember there are 15 frames per second so 60 frames will only last for 4 seconds! Creating Animations Creating Animations When you have finished click on the Finish-Stop Motion icon. You can now press Play to watch your animation through. Adding Effects Adding Effects 1. Go to Create Screen . 2. Click on the menus on the right to add/edit effects. You can add titles, special effects and sound effects to your animation in the same way that you can to a film....
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