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    Animation rig set up Animation rig set up Presentation Transcript

    • Animation Rig
    • Initial set up
      • One of the first things that I needed to do was to find out all the equipment that I needed to make sure that everything was ok to use.
      • I then had to put up the light and angle it downwards.
      • Next I put a table directly in front of the light.
      • Then I put up the tripod and camera
    • Setting up the camera
    • Controls of the camera Power cable USB cable Set button On/ off switch and video/ still image option Zoom Function button
    • Adjusting the focus To adjust the focus I moved the wheel either way until it was sharp and clear. To help decide on how to focus the camera, I placed a piece of text in front of it, which became blurred or sharp when moving the wheel.
    • White balance To set the white balance, I had to click the function button, then scroll across to select the right tool, then click set.
    • Setting the exposure Next, I set the exposure to +3 but clicking set, then scrolling up to select exposure.
    • To make sure that each drawing was in the same place, I blue tacked an A3 sheet to the desk with ruler guides.
    • IStopMotion When the rig is set up, I loaded up the program IStopMotion. When open, I selected the device as Legria HV40 (camera). Once selected, the black screen changed to the view from the camera. I wanted 4 frames per second so clicked on the 4 key for my animatic.
    • The complete rig ready to GO!!!