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Using Premiere Pro for Stop Motion Animations

by on April 6, 2009
 

Craig Baldwin has written up a great step-by-step tutorial on using Premiere Pro to create stop-motion animations from source photographs.

Before getting started in Premiere Pro you’ll need to have taken your photos, copied them onto your computer and (in this tutorial) made them 1920 x 1080. I do this because 1080p is the best HDTV resolution you can get and also because on its lowest setting my camera takes 1920 x 1200 pixel photos so it’s easy to batch resize all my photos. To find out more about Photoshop Actions read Quick Look #5.

Personally I would’ve used AfterEffects, but more options is always welcome.

Putting together a Stop Motion animation in Premiere Pro – Craig Baldwin’s Blog.











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