Animation basics: Homemade special effects - TED-Ed
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But you can always just take a bunch of pictures with your digital camera (remember to flip back and forth between pictures to check for continuity!) and sequence them in iMovie, Final Cut, Premiere, or any video editor.To attach our iPads to our tripods, we used an iPad mount made by The Joy Factory, which manufactures mounts for a multitude of tablets. But there are many ways in which you can rig your device to take pictures -- simply prop it up, use clamps (carefully), or create a stand using cardboard with a window for the camera -- as seen in the tutorial video on the iStopMotion for iPad page.Have fun!
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