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    This was sent to me by email yesterday. Its been quite heavily compressed but is still watchable. Its about 3 mins long but is worth watching all the way through.

    No editing involved but the content is good. looks like someone had way too much time on thier hands :!:

    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/richard...xmaslights.wmv

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    i mean....what the hell!! that was BRILLIANT!!! clearly someone thought, i'll spend a few weeks tryin to get some lights to blink in time to music *successfully i may add* but....WHAT THE HELL!! thats was ACE!

    Note to self....make lights flash to Bohemian Rhapsody...hmmm

    lol, good find

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    Well if that was my next door nabour...

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    Kudos to the guy that edited that.

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    Very well done.

    If you put a coin in the letter box, does it act like a juke box?

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    Not sure whether you're being sarcastic or not'', but i believe it was shot on a still camera with different combinations of lights on. During one section you can see when one combination of lights occours, you can see a light in the left sky, possibly a passing airplane. But in the frames in between, the light is gone, then is later replaced. But yes, i agree, awesome piece of work.

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    That really is genius!!!, pity bout the beacon light in the left side of the frame giving it away that it was cut together. If someone could do that as a live show with their home i'd hire them for a shoot.

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    Excellent. I wonder how many layers were involved there?

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    That was very well done. On this topic - who has tips for doing stop-motion film using a regular DV handycam? Is all the work done in production?

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishmark
    That really is genius!!!, pity bout the beacon light in the left side of the frame giving it away that it was cut together. If someone could do that as a live show with their home i'd hire them for a shoot.
    That and the grass moving in the foreground.

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