DragonFrame 5 - Educación

Empieza a crear peliculas de stop motion con Dragonframe. Es el software con el que trabajan los principales estudios de animación y los cineastas independientes por igual.

Recuerda que este producto es una versión para estudiantes y profesores y requiere adjuntar una acreditación(carnet de estudiante, matrícula del curso actual, nómina o carnet de profesor y de formación reglada). 

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Características destacadas del software Dragonframe:.

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ANIMACION: Dale vida a tus animaciones. Herramientas profesionales en pantalla para crear movimientos precisos.  Step, play, capture, repeat.

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CINEMA: Componga e ilumine la toma perfecta con los controles de cámara, com tomas de prueba y herramientas avanzadas de revisión de imágenes.

Dragonframe 5 icreatia AUDIO: Importe y edite múltiples pistas de audio. Realice la lectura de pistas de diálogo para varios personajes.
Dragonframe 5 icreatia ILUMINACIÓN DMX: Programe la iluminación animada con fotogramas clave simples. Automatize las luces de trabajo para el animador con una programación sencilla de luz delantera y luz trasera.
Dragonframe 5 icreatia CONTROLES DE MOVIMIENTO: utilice la interfaz gráfica y de uso muy intuitivo para programar movimientos de cámara avanzados.

 

Create beautiful animation, one frame at a time.

ANIMATE YOUR WAY

Step directly between live view and captured frames or switch to auto-toggle. Loop playback to get the sense of movement you’re aiming for. The playback and stepping functions are fully customizable for your needs.

REFERENCE MATERIAL

Load multiple reference stills or videos and view them with your animation. Blend them with opacity, pull a chromakey (blue screen), and even assign a garbage matte to see just the part you want. Pop out reference videos into a synchronized player if you want it off to the side.

KEYPAD CONTROLS

With the Dragonframe keypad, you can stay focused on animating instead of hunting around with the mouse. And the hotkeys are fully configurable, so if you really like a feature that is not on the keypad, you can move it there.

 

Perfect your exposure, focus and composition.

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CAMERA CONTROLS

Set camera settings such as shutter speed, ISO and white balance directly from the program. Check and adjust focus with Canon, Nikon, Olympus or Fujifilm cameras. Take test shots and get your shot right, before you start.

COMPOSITION GUIDES

Compose for multiple formats with confidence. Create custom aspect ratio masks. Combine masks with TV-safe guides. Add grid overlays for help with composition. Add a push-in mask to allow post-production push-in or panning.

IMAGE REVIEW

Check images at full-resolution. Check for over or underexposed areas with the clipping view. Load images from other scenes to compare exposure and composition. Compare image contrast with the Digital Densitometer.

 

Add audio and perform character track readings.

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MULTI-TRACK EDITING

Import multiple audio tracks and make basic edits. Split tracks and drag segments to adjust timing on the fly. You can even move waveforms and character track readings together, to keep them in sync.

DIALOGUE TRACK READING

Create characters, scrub through your audio, and assign words and phonetics for all your dialogue. View this data while animating, in the X-Sheet, Timeline, or Audio HUD.

 

 

Take your lighting to the next level with Dragonframe’s exposure-based DMX lighting board.

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LIGHTING, AUTOMATED

Control up to 512 lighting channels in conjunction with our DDMX-512, DMC-16 or DMC+. You define your lighting program before you shoot, and then watch as Dragonframe controls your lights during the shot, leaving your animators to focus on animating.

KEYFRAME SMOOTHING

Define your lighting program with keyframes. Adjust the smoothness in each direction with a simplified “bezier” handle—giving you a large degree of control while maintaining an efficient programming interface.

CUSTOM EXPOSURE LIGHTING

It’s easy to create custom lighting programs for different exposures. You can customize the exposure’s lighting program directly, or create a new program for one or more exposures to share.

 

Program complex camera moves in an intuitive interface.

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MOTION CONTROL, INTEGRATED

Integrated motion control means that you can program camera moves and lighting effects from within the same system. It means that you can quickly preview moves using the same camera you will be animating with. It means that the lighting and motion control will be in the right place, at the right time. So if the animator needs to reshoot a few frames, Dragonframe can safely move the rig back into the proper position, every time.

MOVE TESTS

Once you’ve programmed a move, you’ll want to test it out. Run a move test within the Arc workspace and see how it looks. The move test captures video assist frames only, in order to speed up the test process. On a long move, you can reshoot just the section you’re working on. You’ll have the move perfected in record time.

HARDWARE INTEGRATION

You can use a wide range of hardware, from the do-it-yourself Arduino-based DFMoco sketch to off-the-shelf kits from the eMotimo or Slidekamera. See compatible hardware in our FAQ for more information.

 

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Características

Features: 

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TIMELINE

Frame-based editing as simple as drag and drop. Adjust timing, reshoot sequences, and even restore deleted frames.

DRAWING TOOLS

Mark the screen to guide your animation with vector-based drawing tools. Plot and preview motion paths with the increment editor.

X-SHEET

Plan your scene and track your progress in the X-Sheet side panel. Add reminders, sketch motion paths and adjusting timing.

GUIDE LAYERS

Configure all of your composition guides, drawing layers and reference material from the Guide Layers side panel.

LIVE VIEW MAG

Use live view magnification to punch-in on a section of video assist image. (Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Fujifilm.)

 

 

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MULTIPLE EXPOSURES

Set up multiple exposures (sub-frames) with different camera settings. Link exposures to keep their settings the same.

COLOR DETECTION

Use the color detection tool to compare tone ranges between shots, or to judge matte lighting for greenscreen effects.

COLOR PALETTES

Create color swatches by sampling colors from your high-resolution images. Save as Adobe Swatch Exchange to share with other programs.

MOVIE RECORDING

Trigger movie recording on some supported cameras. Download videos and review them within the Test Shots tray.

STEREOSCOPIC 3D TOOLS

View anaglyphs, set convergence or edge float, and adjust interocular distances.

 

 

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WAVEFORM VIEWS

View the mixed audio waveform in the Timeline or X-Sheet, so you can see what’s coming next while you are animating.

REFERENCE TRACK AUDIO

Use the audio from a reference movie within the audio workspace. View the video as you scrub through the audio and perform track readings.

TIME-WARP

Audio stays locked to your animation at the project frame rate. If you review your animation at a different speed, the audio adjusts to stay synced.

CUSTOM FACE SETS

Create your own face set as a multi-layered Photoshop file. Add groups for mouth, eyes, ears, or whatever parts you need.

AUDIO HUD

View character dialogue or face sets while animating, in a configurable heads-up display.

 

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512 LIGHTS

Program up to 512 lights with the new DDMX-512 (or upgraded DDMX-S2)

LIGHT PROFILES

Create custom light profiles to match DMX values to light output.

BASH LIGHT

Program a work light to use while animating.

   

 

 

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CAMERA SUPPORT:

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Understanding How Dragonframe Uses Your Camera

When shooting animation, Dragonframe will create two separate image sequences in tandem: The first is a series low-resolution frames derived from a live video source for use in refining animation. We call this the video assist.

The second is from a high-quality capture source, such as RAW files from a DSLR, for final frames. These image sequences are kept in perfect tandem during shooting and editing within Dragonframe. This process takes particular advantage of DSLR Live View capabilities. Dragonframe can use the DSLR’s live view to provide a video assist for animation, then capture a full-resolution still image every time you shoot a frame.

USB from camera provides live view, camera settings, and high-resolution still image capture.

Choosing the Right Camera

To have the best experience animating, you need to have the right camera. Choose a camera that Dragonframe supports, and that has live view and camera control over USB. We recommend Canon EOS models, and the majority of professional work is done with them. The mirrorless Canon EOS (R, RP) and Nikon Z series are both great options for stop motion animation. Supported models from Sony and Olympus are also very good options.

Canon EOS R / RP – Stop Motion Animation Firmware

For high quality, professional stop motion work, we recommend the Canon EOS R or RP with stop motion animation firmware. These models have a massive 1920 x 1280 live view over USB, as well as new focus peaking capabilities.

Setup and Troubleshooting

Find your camera in the list below. Follow the Setup link to find setup instructions specific to your camera. If your camera is on our supported list (below):

Follow the setup instructions for it, thoroughly.

Make sure your version of the software supports the camera.

Make sure your software is up to date. Use the program’s Preferences : Updates to check.

Review our Camera FAQs for answers to common camera issues.

Contact support if you still need help.

If your camera is not on the list, then it does not work with Dragonframe. There may be options to get some type of capturing, but the experience won’t be very good. We strongly recommend finding a camera on the list if you are serious about stop motion animation. See the Camera FAQs for more information about unsupported cameras.

 

Features: 

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TIMELINE

Frame-based editing as simple as drag and drop. Adjust timing, reshoot sequences, and even restore deleted frames.

DRAWING TOOLS

Mark the screen to guide your animation with vector-based drawing tools. Plot and preview motion paths with the increment editor.

X-SHEET

Plan your scene and track your progress in the X-Sheet side panel. Add reminders, sketch motion paths and adjusting timing.

GUIDE LAYERS

Configure all of your composition guides, drawing layers and reference material from the Guide Layers side panel.

LIVE VIEW MAG

Use live view magnification to punch-in on a section of video assist image. (Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Fujifilm.)

 

 

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MULTIPLE EXPOSURES

Set up multiple exposures (sub-frames) with different camera settings. Link exposures to keep their settings the same.

COLOR DETECTION

Use the color detection tool to compare tone ranges between shots, or to judge matte lighting for greenscreen effects.

COLOR PALETTES

Create color swatches by sampling colors from your high-resolution images. Save as Adobe Swatch Exchange to share with other programs.

MOVIE RECORDING

Trigger movie recording on some supported cameras. Download videos and review them within the Test Shots tray.

STEREOSCOPIC 3D TOOLS

View anaglyphs, set convergence or edge float, and adjust interocular distances.

 

 

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WAVEFORM VIEWS

View the mixed audio waveform in the Timeline or X-Sheet, so you can see what’s coming next while you are animating.

REFERENCE TRACK AUDIO

Use the audio from a reference movie within the audio workspace. View the video as you scrub through the audio and perform track readings.

TIME-WARP

Audio stays locked to your animation at the project frame rate. If you review your animation at a different speed, the audio adjusts to stay synced.

CUSTOM FACE SETS

Create your own face set as a multi-layered Photoshop file. Add groups for mouth, eyes, ears, or whatever parts you need.

AUDIO HUD

View character dialogue or face sets while animating, in a configurable heads-up display.

 

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512 LIGHTS

Program up to 512 lights with the new DDMX-512 (or upgraded DDMX-S2)

LIGHT PROFILES

Create custom light profiles to match DMX values to light output.

BASH LIGHT

Program a work light to use while animating.

   

 

 

CAMERA SUPPORT:

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Understanding How Dragonframe Uses Your Camera

When shooting animation, Dragonframe will create two separate image sequences in tandem: The first is a series low-resolution frames derived from a live video source for use in refining animation. We call this the video assist.

The second is from a high-quality capture source, such as RAW files from a DSLR, for final frames. These image sequences are kept in perfect tandem during shooting and editing within Dragonframe. This process takes particular advantage of DSLR Live View capabilities. Dragonframe can use the DSLR’s live view to provide a video assist for animation, then capture a full-resolution still image every time you shoot a frame.

USB from camera provides live view, camera settings, and high-resolution still image capture.

Choosing the Right Camera

To have the best experience animating, you need to have the right camera. Choose a camera that Dragonframe supports, and that has live view and camera control over USB. We recommend Canon EOS models, and the majority of professional work is done with them. The mirrorless Canon EOS (R, RP) and Nikon Z series are both great options for stop motion animation. Supported models from Sony and Olympus are also very good options.

Canon EOS R / RP – Stop Motion Animation Firmware

For high quality, professional stop motion work, we recommend the Canon EOS R or RP with stop motion animation firmware. These models have a massive 1920 x 1280 live view over USB, as well as new focus peaking capabilities.

Setup and Troubleshooting

Find your camera in the list below. Follow the Setup link to find setup instructions specific to your camera. If your camera is on our supported list (below):

Follow the setup instructions for it, thoroughly.

Make sure your version of the software supports the camera.

Make sure your software is up to date. Use the program’s Preferences : Updates to check.

Review our Camera FAQs for answers to common camera issues.

Contact support if you still need help.

If your camera is not on the list, then it does not work with Dragonframe. There may be options to get some type of capturing, but the experience won’t be very good. We strongly recommend finding a camera on the list if you are serious about stop motion animation. See the Camera FAQs for more information about unsupported cameras.

 

Dragonframe 5 System Requirements:

System Requirements – Mac

  • macOS 10.13+ (M1 or Intel)
  • 4GB+ RAM or more
  • A supported camera

System Requirements – Windows

  • Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-Bit Only)
  • OpenGL 2.1 Capable Graphics Card
  • Intel/AMD CPU with 2+ Cores
  • 4GB+ RAM
  • A supported camera

System Requirements – Linux

  • x86_64/amd64 Ubuntu 18+ or Fedora 22+
  • (Ubuntu recommended)
  • OpenGL 2.1 Capable Graphics Card
  • Intel/AMD CPU with 2+ Cores
  • 4GB+ RAM
  • A supported camera

 

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