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Chris WigglesRe: Making regular video look like stop motion
by on May 13, 2011 at 7:18:27 pm

I was just searching for the answer to this question myself and discovered that the Strobe filter does a pretty good job of basically just making your video a slow frame-rate. If you actually want to make it realistically like stop-motion, then that would take more effort. I was just going for a look of basically a series of still frames, and didn't want to make them all manually. the strobe filter does exactly that, simple!

Hope that helps someone else. :)

Regards,
Chris


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