The enemy of art is the absence of limitations.
– Orson Welles
hours minutes of brickfilmed footage ready to go, so this is the part where you just stick it all into one video and submit to YouTube, right?
Editing is, arguably, one of the most under-used and over-abused parts of the brickfilming process. Getting your audience engaged in your film means giving them something that looks great, sounds great, flows well and feels cohesive. Unless that video you animated in Dragonframe is 100% perfect (and let's be real with ourselves ... it's only 99% on a really good day ), your brickfilm needs to undergo editing.
We've opened this forum to get the editing conversation going! Here, you can read, reply to, and open threads on every bit of the editing process. Need some advice on transitions? Wanna try out some green screening? Got a tutorial or a resource pack or something that you want to share? Here is the place to talk about it!
Ready? Let's get to it!
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