Ivywoodstudios wrote:YEs it does!
thank you! now i feel stupid, because i havent tried it myself. and i was really worrying lol
thats exactly what i was looking for. although it means that i will have to change my virtuals into physicals. which is also fine. although it poses another question.
is it possible to paste the virtual camera's orientation, rotation, tilt etc into a physical camera?
again. thank you so much for your fast support, and sorry if i sounded ungrateful for allt he hard work you all put in. this program is brilliant. thank you.
Ivywoodstudios wrote:Great, im glad i didnt sound bad. and yes that is exactly what i was looking for in terms of swapping cameras.
yet again, thanks for the reply and swift support. it says alot about this company.
That seems like a quite reasonable way of doing it, basically a blocking first, framing second approach. It should work fine.Ivywoodstudios wrote:Do you have a recommended workflow for creating animatics(no tweens yet, just transitional storyboarding?) at the moment im just taking shots of all my poses, not really worrying to much about about lens choice or framing unless im just experimenting. but my plan was to get all of the poses now, then start at the beginning and frame/re-frame my characters from my chosen locations adding/deleting cameras as i went. (which is why i panicked when i thought i had to reposition every camera for every pose.) working on lighting & dof as i go. pretty much following the real world procedure of film making, which i really like about this program.
Ivywoodstudios wrote:Also, is there anyway to 'store' shots taken in the storymanager? so i take a shot, but i'm not sure if i want it or not, as i'm kind of editing on the fly with the manager, is there a 'bin' or folder i can put shots in that don't show up on the timeline? so if i decide that i like the pose from a different angle, i don't have to reload the pose and retake it from that other angle? although this is not really a big deal. as i just have to get used to using the software.
Ivywoodstudios wrote:I haven't looked yet, but is there anyway to export these files as an image sequence? that could be dragged into any NLE or compositor? like premier, final cut, AE, blender, nuke, etc? where i can add title scenes, transitions? usually a sequencially named sequence of jpgs/png images would do the trick.
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