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Brickfilm took 4-months full-time to shoot

Postby kanethemaster » Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:32 am

Please let me know your thoughts (good or bad). Bank robbery, car chase, helicopter and explosion!

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Re: Brickfilm took 4-months full-time to shoot

Postby JamesH » Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:49 am

Love the scenes near the end, the helicopter, pool hall, etc. The overall city shots are great.
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Re: Brickfilm took 4-months full-time to shoot

Postby chump » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:04 am

Great camera angles. How many frames per second was that or did it vary throughout?
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Re: Brickfilm took 4-months full-time to shoot

Postby kanethemaster » Fri Feb 17, 2017 12:52 pm

Great camera angles. How many frames per second was that or did it vary throughout? Answer: Yes, it varies from 15-30 frames. On occasion as low as 5 fps, but one shot was over 75fps (zooming into the bank exterior shot). Thanks for the feedback.

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chump wrote:Great camera angles. How many frames per second was that or did it vary throughout?

Yes, it varies from 15-30 frames. On occasion as low as 5 fps, but one shot was over 75fps (zooming into the bank exterior shot). Thanks for the feedback.

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chump wrote:Great camera angles. How many frames per second was that or did it vary throughout?

Yes, it varies from 15-30 frames. On occasion as low as 5 fps, but one shot was over 75fps (zooming into the bank exterior shot). Thanks for the feedback.
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Re: Brickfilm took 4-months full-time to shoot

Postby Lettuce » Fri Feb 17, 2017 1:24 pm

Pretty well done. My only feedback has to do with the minifig heads/faces. There are some heads that have different facial expressions, and swapping them out in different frames could make it look like the figs are emoting/talking etc. Just food for thought.
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Re: Brickfilm took 4-months full-time to shoot

Postby kanethemaster » Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:26 pm

Lettuce wrote:Pretty well done. My only feedback has to do with the minifig heads/faces. There are some heads that have different facial expressions, and swapping them out in different frames could make it look like the figs are emoting/talking etc. Just food for thought.


Thank you, yes I agree, this is a must for the next one... Thanks a lot - your feedback is much appreciated.

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Just to add to my earlier comments about frames per second. I use 2 different types of software: Ikit Movie 4 for filming each scene; I then use Corel Video Pro 9 for the final editing. Each allows one to manipulate the speed, so even though I film with a certain fps, that can change once I edit the speed during editing...

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