Hi guys, I'm having plans on making Lego-animations with chromanator (which I do not yet own) but then I looked at the Lego Clan III profile the other day and I mentioned it was made with AlamDV2 and not chromanator? Is it even possible to make Lego-Animations with Chromanator?
yes you can make lego animations with Chromanator but it would only really be useful if you were going to bluescreen/greenscreen you movie. With alamDV you can add special effects to your lego movies but you can't do any bluescreening/greenscreening. they both work it just depends what you want to be able to do in your movie.
Posted: Wed, 24th Aug 2005, 9:45am
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Simon K Jones
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If your camera doesn't support frame capture in a useful manner, then you'll have to film each frame then assemble each shot into a single frame in your editing program, to build up the animation. There may be specialist tools for stop-motion, but I've never done it myself. Hopefully one of the lego experts will offer some advice.