Hey guys, someone posted some Astro-liner films (made for Amusement Park rides-projected inside the craft that moved hydraulically in sync with the films)-from the 1980's on youtube-this one has…Continue
""I" and "p" generally refer to interlaced or progressive. This shouldn't make any difference with stills, but matters a lot with video. Stick with progressive, and opt for this in the editor.
I use a DSLR and Dragonframe…"
"Hey, I just realized that ever since I got my camera/dragon stopmo set-up...I've been running it through a Black Magic HDMI card and therefore an HDMI cord from the camera...When I was hunting around in the computer it says that the Black Magic…"
"Don't see anywhere in the FCP tools where it says how many FPS are being applied....I'm going to go try to find a FCP forum, and hope I find a super Geek who knows how to get into the right places..."
"Thanks for the input guys.....I am wondering if just going in and deleting the added frames will suffice or if after I do that,
the program will try to add again? I noticed a couple frames were actually blurred and I haven't even added a motion…"
"I had a similar problem with FCP 6, trying to set a project at 24 fps. Even though the QT movies I imported were also at 24fps (set in TV Paint, and played fine at 24 fps in AE or other software), but in FCP6 kept reverting to 30 fps (or 29…"
Hey, I have been animating in Dragon Stop motion and then making quicktime .mov files out of them for insertion into my Final Cut Pro7 edits...BUT, I noticed that every 4-5 frames a duplicate frame(of the last frame) is being created...so, a stutter effect is happening. I have actually had to go in and cut out a frame every 4-5...Has anyone encountered this problem? I double checked my frame rate in dragon (I'm going 24 FPS), and our live action was also shot 24P. So don't understand the…See More
Thanks, hair application is can be hard if you dont have the exact visual process in your head. Thats why it's great to have input from fallow fabricators. I have a general idea of how its done, but knowing exactly how it's done, always helps!
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