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Re: [teacherartexchange] Computer Animation Question


From: Betty B (bettycarol_40_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 09 2008 - 09:06:35 PST

Marsha, I use a logitech web cam as well as a cheap
Kodak digital camera and Stop Motion Pro educational
version software I've
used it since their first version about 5 years ago.
It is wonderful. I am using windows movie maker to put
the finishing touches on, like fades and animated
titles. I only have one PC.

One of the upsides of stopmotionpro is their
exceptional customer support. They are in Australia,
and reply to emails by the next day. I had problems
loading my old version on to my new computer, and
after a few days of working with me they gave me a
newer version. (Ultimately I bought the educational

Their tutorials are on YouTube, so my kids watched
them at home after school and knew how to do it ALL.

It can upload still photos, scans, just about


> I'm thinking about teaching a computer animation
> unit to middle school
> students (6th and 8th)
> and would like to know what would be some software
> that would be at the
> right level (we have PC's in our lab). If anyone
> could share some information
> about what you use I would appreciate it.
> Thanks,
> Marsha
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Betty C Bowen
printmaker, painter
art educator
Cushing Oklahoma

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