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    Default Question for Weenfan, or anyone who can answer

    My Arcsoft Showbiz won't allow me to get below 0.1 seconds for a still. I would like to get 0.05 second stills strung together for animation. I did a stop motion video and it is not quite smooth enough at 0.1 seconds per still. First, can I get under 0.1 seconds somehow with Showbiz? And if not, do you think your stop motion videos come out okay at 0.1 seconds?

    Thanks in advance for any info -----porcupawn

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    Default Porcupawn, No, Yes, and why are you asking me here?

    1. No....but Windows Movie Maker II does allow .05, I think. ArcSoft showbiz will still show a good view at it's minimum time lapse.

    What kind of camcorder are you using???

    Will you read this by the end of the year?

    Did you hear that? No? Good, cuz I farted.

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    I was asking you because I know you've used Showbiz and you're into stop-motion. But I was also asking anyone else who might know. Turns out the 0.1 seconds is okay for what I'm doing now. I'm making a short movie with a robot prop( it's just a plastic trash can with some arms and things sticking out). I'm using stop-motion to bring it to life.

    Thanks, Porcupawn

    BTW I've got a cheapy camcorder---a JVC GR-D30.

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