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#1 Eric Novakovich

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Posted 25 October 2014 - 04:51 PM

I am trying to figure out a way to execute a shot that requires completing a 360 degree revolution in 48 seconds, EXACTLY. Why exactly? Well, because I have a 48 second pre-recorded cue and the move is choreographed to fit the cue. 

 

I am on a tight budget and schedule (aren't we all) and don't have the luxury of spending several hours trying to complete this movement manually. How can one accomplish this with precision in a time-efficient manner? 

 

I was thinking that perhaps one of those time-lapse heads would work if I could input the time (i.e. 48 seconds) and degrees (360°). 

 

I am using a Black Magic 4K. 

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated!

 

 


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