Sunday, January 27, 2008

EDIT: Reloaded a smaller sized .mov. Other links won't work.


Okay, testing this out to see if I can get it to work... EDIT: Okay, so I think I got it to work both as a link and as an imedded thing. x.x The first link and first emedded video is the ball bouncing. The second link and second embedded video is the ball bouncing with a little face. Kind of hard to see though I guess. I had to use my camera to take pictures, and I couldn't get better lighting. Also, the camera refused to focus properly all the time. I have a scanner, but it's too small. I'm not too sure what I should do... Also, I changed the fps on the ball with face to 12 fps instead of 24, that way the face could be seen a little better while still maintaining a pretty good bounce. :3

RELOADED ---->>>>

Here we go again. Redid this, although I couldn't figure out how to make it all work with Windows movie maker, so I ended up doubling images manually and then doing it in quicktime pro again. Quicktime won't open the files made in movie maker, and also I couldn't figure out how to adjust the fps. I was able to make each image 2 second duration, but couldn't do a thing about the fps. :\

I had to go through hell to get this working. >.>;;

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