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JellyCam - Stop Motion Domo Animate - Make your own Domo Animations and Slideshows with GoAnimate's super easy to use tools. Stykz • Home Create Animation - Sketch Star Automatoon- Easy Animation For The Web! Make a Video. Amazing Animated Video Maker - GoAnimate. Automatoon - Create Animations for the Web Automatoon is a free service for creating simple to complex animations that you can reuse anywhere on the web. There are three basic steps to using Automatoon. First, you draw and color your images. Second, you break apart each element of your drawing. And third, you specify the animation action for each part of your drawing. For example, when I made a simple animation of a face I started by drawing the face then separating the elements and finally specified the sequence in which I wanted the face to be reassembled as an animation. You can add as many parts to your Automatoon animations as you like. Automatoon uses HTML5 so that you can create and view your animations on devices like the iPad 2 that don't support Flash. Watch the video below for a tutorial on creating animations using Automatoon. Applications for EducationAutomatoon reminded me a tiny bit of the old Logo Writer program that I used to create animations in elementary school.
FICHE 33 : Réaliser un film d’animation / stop motion Pedago-TIC s’associe au CERTNEF pour vous proposer hebdomadairement une fiche technique de découverte d’un outil informatique logiciel ou internet et son application pédagogique. Vous pourrez retrouver chaque mardi une fiche d’identité du produit, sa description, les caractéristiques et apports pédagogiques possibles et enfin un scénario pédagogique utilisant cet outil. Ce mardi 24 mai 2011 retrouvez la trente deuxième fiche. Réaliser un film d’animation / stop motion Ressources complémentaires Des expériences scolaires : Filmeducation (fiche technique d’une activité – en anglais)Exemple et cas pratiques sur logiciel-libre-TICE.org Pour rappel Toutes ces fiches vous sont proposées sous licence Creative commons BY-NC : Vous êtes donc libres de reproduire, distribuer et communiquer cette création au public, de modifier cette création selon les conditions suivantes :
The Whiteboard Blog : Stop Motion Filming with JellyCam The Whiteboard Blog JellyCam is a simple, free piece of software to allow you to make stop motion videos using a webcam. You can download JellyCam for free here. As a complete beginner, I found it very easy to use. You could use this with a webcam, a visualiser, or upload still photographs taken with a regular digital camera. JellyCam produces a Flash Video file (flv) from your movie and even links straight to YouTube so that you can upload your finished video. Here’s something I put together in about 5 minutes after installing JellyCam. You’ll need Adobe Air to be able to install it. Thanks to Angie at Edit Training for tipping me off to this software.