Hi all, i'm trying to run together a stop motion video using Premiere Pro cs6. I've tried looking on YouTube and everything but either the pictures last a second each, or they go way to fast or just didn't work. Here's my project:
I've recorded some music, now i go and shoot a video in front of a greenscreen. I edit the video in premiere, key out the green in after effects, then export that. Go back to premiere and i export images for 12 frames every second. So now i got the images, after photoshopping them to black and white with a half tone, i'll be printing out each frame and taking photos of them in different places.
The photos of the papers with a different frame on them are what i want to be playing back in stop motion. So it looks like i'm moving on the paper but the background keeps changing. I can't figure out how to control the rate of frames it is played? Since i exported in 12 frames per second do i play back at 12 frames per second or what? If you could let me know the settings from the second i open premiere to the end that could efect this, please let me know.
Thanks for your time!
If you are planning to use 12 images per second,
I would advise using a 24fps sequence:
a new image every two frames.
That should give you reasonably fluid motion, but will still
look a bit 'shuttered' (if that is what you are wanting).
thankyou but how do you set it up? as in the sequence settings in the begining and project settings and all? will just starting a new regular sequence and dragging all the photos in work? (does it matter if you drag the sequence 1 box in with it too?)