NEW! Stop Motion Animation Tutorial in Pinnacle Studio

Create big screen-style animations and full-HD stop motion videos with Stop Motion Animation in Pinnacle Studio 19.5. Control camera settings, see overlay frames, set distances and capture frames automatically or manually. Learn Tips and Tricks along the way! Find more info at www.pinnaclesys.com.

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aitor alegre celaa says:

I connect my cannon DSLR to the 2 differents laptops using the USB cable that comes with the camera but after take a few pictures, the camera doesn´t work anymore. You are still able to take pictures, but in the pinnacle, it appears all the time the same one. It´s like the image is frozen. Any idea why happpens? The laptop is good enought to run pinnacle 20.5, so It can not be.

Ryan Howard says:

Is it possible to do a 2d animation from your own imagination (such as creating your own characters with a paintbrush like program?

Dan Jones says:

Is there a shortcut key for “frame capture” or do you use the mouse each time…

Michael says:

the rig removal would work well with Magic Fill. Does Pinnacle Studio 20.5 Ultimate have this feature? Or is it only in Paint Shop Pro X9? Thanks.

Mauro Guerreiro says:

Very good.

GnaffisHyper says:

Nice

Michael says:

Do any of the Pinnacle software’s have a rig removal function, or rig eraser. Also can green screen be used in the software? Thanks.

Brahim HASSANI says:

can we do it with pinnacle 17 ?

Blondie SL says:

I can’t thank you enough for this video that confirms what I was hoping for with Studio 20. I’m gathering what I need to build a telecine machine to capture very old 8mm and Super 8 mm movie film. I need the ability to just mouse click a button to capture each frame. Mouse click sent by Arduino setup.

I do hope though that studio can handle up to 10,000 frames without crashing or having issues. Some of the films are pretty long.

Again, thanks for your vid

PB Salfen says:

Hmmmm… With the exposure timing control working like an intervalometer, do you think this would possibly work for recording a solar eclipse? (I have the necessary solar filters.) Just wondering if you think it would control the camera well enough, or if I should stay with the intervalometer. I do have a couple of months to test this, but eclipses don’t happen over North America every year. Thanks for your thoughts on this!

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