I have been persuaded to make a short movie using my son's computer set up which is fantastic - but he's swanning off on a gap year and I am floundering about without a clue!
He has just finished his degree and used premiere pro.
I need to put together a 4 minute stop motion animation film that can be projected via a memory stick ( downloaded onto laptop) or direct from a dvd, and another version that can be shown online.
The film has been shot on jpg stills from a Nikon DSLR so the resolution of the frames is good - 2464 x 1632 ( I think.)
The film needs very little in the way of editing, simply all the frames on the timeline as a title sequence is incorporated into the film.
Now comes the tricky bit - I never realised there were so many different output options and haven't a clue which to select.
I'm in the UK so it's PAL I presume and I think it is 25 fps ( even though the film is shot at 10 or 12 frames per every second ???) but other than that I am stumped.
Please can someone advise which settings will give high quality results for both online and projected versions.
Many thanks in advance.