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Last night I made stop motion animations. I have always thought it would be fun to try. I found a free program called JPGvideo that arranges all the images and allows you to set the frames per second.

Here is my third attemp. 193 images @ 14frames/sec:

Woodworker

And my fourth attemp. 215 images @ 24frames/sec:

Mr. Bean's car
 

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M_A_T_T said:
Last night I made stop motion animations. I have always thought it would be fun to try. I found a free program called JPGvideo that arranges all the images and allows you to set the frames per second.

Here is my third attemp. 193 images @ 14frames/sec:

Woodworker

And my fourth attemp. 215 images @ 24frames/sec:

Mr. Bean's car
Can't get "Mr. Bean's car" to play. Looks like fun though.
 

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That looks really cool! Good job...it must have taken quite a while to do. Did you just use a regular digital camera? I suppose a tripod is necessary too. My oldest daughter would have a really good time playing around with this...she has a great imagination.
 

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Thanks. Any digital camera should work, but I used my higher-end Canon with the resolution/size set at it's lowest. And a tripod of course.
 

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i made a stopmotion porno using barbies and GI Joe once...:tongue:
 

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good job..keep it up and you may give the big names in the effects industry a run for their money:banana:
 

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Jeff Flowerday said:
Link please!!! Drool :tongue: :tongue:
it's on my friends computer. I'll see if i can get it from him.

It was on the hood of barbies corvette...:tongue:
 
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