Topic: What is everything you use to make lego stopmotions?

What do you use for lego stopmotion?
Do you use a webcam?
Do you use windows or mac?
Do you have a laptop or mac?
What video editing software do you use?

Re: What is everything you use to make lego stopmotions?

Camera

Logitech C920 HD pro webcam

Software

Image capture: Tahoma2D

Image editing: GIMP

Video editing: Shotcut

Audio capture and editing: Audacity

Script writing: Trelby

Hardware

Windows laptop with Intel i5 and 8gb of RAM

Samsung chromebook 3

Blue snowball iCE

Mic boom arm

$15 tripod mini/shifty

Fotopro uFO basic

Fotopro uFO mini

Two GoLamps (they can be plugged into a laptop if you don't want to use batteries)

Two black foam boards, one blue poster board, one white poster board, and a green board (that's a lotta boards! mini/dizzy )

Two helping hands

Four 32 gig thumb drives

A bunch of 32 gig sd cards

Four 6 foot usb 2.0 extension cables

Two usb 3.0 hubs

Other Stuff

Whiteboard

Xp-pen G640 Star drawing tablet

Lego classic boxes and containers (for holding things)

A bunch of dollar store Christmas lights

A pack of 50 dvds

LOTS OF LEGO

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Re: What is everything you use to make lego stopmotions?

My setup is really simple:
I use an iPhone to film, using Stop motion Studio Pro, iMovie to edit, and a table for my set, a monitor to have a background (I display a sky or something and it works really well) multiple reading lights for lighting, and some paper for diffusing the light. And occasionally I use production crate for visual effects and music.

Re: What is everything you use to make lego stopmotions?

What I use:

Camera:

  • Canon EOS 800D

  • A regular 18-55mm kit lense

  • A vintage ultrasonic zoom lense

  • Vivitar Macro extension things

Software:

  • Capture: Dragonframe 4

  • Editing: HitFilm Express 16

  • Audio: Audacity

Other stuff:

  • Some $60 tripod

  • LEGO

  • Mini softboxes

  • Weird lamp from Ikea

  • Brickstuff lights

  • An LED panel thing

  • HP desktop from 2018

  • Loctite Fun Tak

  • Helping hands

There's probably more things I'm forgetting, but that's most of it.

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