Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 20th Apr 2012 07:19 UTC
Multimedia, AV I recently delved into the world of hand-drawn comics-style animation, after a lifetime of just sketching on paper. While I have a long experience with video editing, I had no experience with video animation of that kind. When I first got the idea to do the video it felt like a mountain to me, excessively complex. But the steep learning curve got easier with time. This is my top-5 cheat list to get you up and running.
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by Eugenia on Fri 20th Apr 2012 18:07 UTC in reply to "RE: :/"
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There's a Youtube link, here it is:
Also, if you go to its vimeo page, it can also play via HTML5, but the embedded version doesn't.

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by Valhalla on Sun 22nd Apr 2012 15:05 in reply to "RE[2]: :/"
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Thanks for the link, I just saw it and I liked it (liked the music too). Very much 'inspired' as far as character designs go but really it's amazing what a single person can accomplish in this day an age with the help of computers while combining their own work with that gratiously being offered for free by others.

I'd love to see a more technical in-depth article of the ways the computer can increase productivity/speed of creation by using stuff like the mentioned automatic in-betweening.

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by shmerl on Mon 23rd Apr 2012 21:38 in reply to "RE[2]: :/"
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Unfortunately Vimeo never added proper HTML5 support with open codecs (WebM/Theora), even though they promised at some point. So Youtube is really the only big option so far.

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by Eugenia on Tue 24th Apr 2012 04:58 in reply to "RE[3]: :/"
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Vimeo did try to implement Theora, but it was unacceptably slow and low quality. Vimeo is a site primarily for artistic works, so such inconveniences are not acceptable among its users. Youtube is more "whatever".

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