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Post producing stop frame animation of Digital SLR's


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#1 Chris Clarkson

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Posted 12 December 2007 - 04:43 AM

Hi,

I have chance to work on an animation series shot on Digital SLR's. It is stop frame animation.
I wondered what processes would be in place for post production.
I assume each days footage would be loaded in off the memory card into a non linear editing system and compiled accordingly?
If anyone has worked on something similar, could you describe the processes in simple terms :)

Many thanks

Chris
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#2 Tom Lowe

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Posted 12 December 2007 - 11:33 AM

Same as timelapse, I would imagine.

Are the shots RAW or JPEG? RAW has one additional step. Basically, if you are finishing 1080, for example, you would run the image sequences through photoshop using batch processing (resize, exposure, cc), then drop the 1920x1080 PSD or JPEG or TIFF files right into your NLE. The NLE imports the image sequence as footage.
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