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Frame rate issue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Simon Tytherleigh Nov 1. 6 Replies

I did my animation in 12fps but once I export the movie it's not on track with my audio please help me guys.

3d printing

Started this discussion. Last reply by dorian moore Nov 7, 2017. 2 Replies

Hello, i just bought a flash forge finder 3d printer it only print pla peices and my question is even though  its not powder 3d prints will my puppet heads still look good on my vintage 55mm lens?Continue

 

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Driffon commented on dorian moore's blog post what's better in camera Latex or Baked clay that's been painted
"Might also give foamed silicone a look: reduces the weight and you can have a silicone skin.  Has anyone tried this?  Smooth-On introduced this product a few years back and I had been thinking of giving it a try at one point..."
Dec 6
dorian moore commented on dorian moore's blog post what's better in camera Latex or Baked clay that's been painted
"Wow thanks for all the feedback guys i truly appreciate  it."
Dec 6
StopmoNick commented on dorian moore's blog post what's better in camera Latex or Baked clay that's been painted
"I will guess that you are mainly asking about making puppets that you can animate. Polymer Clay that is baked to harden it, like Fimo or Sculpey, works well for heads if you want to be able to sculpt good shapes and details into it, but don't…"
Dec 4
Strider commented on dorian moore's blog post what's better in camera Latex or Baked clay that's been painted
"Apparently I can't edit that response, but I want to add something.  My question to you, to get you started on properly defining your own questions:  What is it that you're trying to Make? Puppets, or sets, or props? "
Dec 4
Strider commented on dorian moore's blog post what's better in camera Latex or Baked clay that's been painted
"Here's my input: 1) You'd get more responses if you posted this on the message board rather than your own blog.  2) Your question is way too vague. Better for what? Puppets? Props? What kind of latex are you talking about - liquid…"
Dec 4
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I'm still haven't came to which one i want to work with yet. Like to get you guys input.See More
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Simon Tytherleigh replied to dorian moore's discussion Frame rate issue
"I wonder if this is the problem.... When I import an image sequence into After Effects (and this probably goes for Premiere too) it doesn't know what frame rate to ascribe, so generally puts it 30 FPS. You should check the framerate in the…"
Nov 1
StopmoNick replied to dorian moore's discussion Frame rate issue
"Ok, I animated a pterosaur (current animation job, not my film so I can't post it) talking to an audio file i had of Neil Gaiman saying "Hello... You're, you're doomed" at 12 fps.  I exported the video to QT at 1920 x…"
Oct 30
StopmoNick replied to dorian moore's discussion Frame rate issue
"Ok, that helps.  I do it differently so I'm not sure at what stage it gets out of synch.  Main difference is, I don't export movie from Dragonframe.  Also, I don't animate at 12 fps, I mostly use 25 fps and sometimes…"
Oct 30
dorian moore replied to dorian moore's discussion Frame rate issue
"sorry for respomding thank you guys for the replies i'm animating out of dragonframe at 12 fps and i just export movie from dragonframe then put that video in premiere pro with vocals from dragonframe."
Oct 30
StopmoNick replied to dorian moore's discussion Frame rate issue
"Did you export a movie at 12 fps from Dragonframe (or other frame grabbing software), or did you import the sequence of images in an editing program (like Premiere or After Effects) or in After Effects, then export a movie from there?  What…"
Oct 18
Geoff Clark replied to dorian moore's discussion Frame rate issue
"I'd like to help, as well as others, but could you be more specific about how you exported the movie? Specifically: What software did you use to export? Did you render the movie uncompressed, and then compressed it afterwards? If so, what…"
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Frame rate issue

I did my animation in 12fps but once I export the movie it's not on track with my audio please help me guys.
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what's better in camera Latex or Baked clay that's been painted

Posted on December 3, 2018 at 5:07pm 5 Comments

I'm still haven't came to which one i want to work with yet. Like to get you guys input.

Advice please

Posted on May 29, 2017 at 7:02am 0 Comments

I'm looking to do 1 minute clips on a show i wrote but now that im almost done with all the sets which there are six, i wanna make a short film i have 14 characters and alot of my scenes my characters are sitting alot not alot of movement im new to thisim making everthing by hand i have eight sets done one in the making and im also making the furnuture so what do you guys think i should do the guys that was helping backed out so im doing this by myself.

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