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Stop Motion - Create your own animation

  • Such an awesome Lens!!

    It'd be helpful to see a frame count like (01 / 30) so you can visualize where you are in the sequence. Might also be neat to be able to tune the frame rate playback during the final video play back. I found myself wanting to move it a little faster. Perhaps a little slide that appears over the video? Or like a 1X / 2X / 3X toggle button. 

    Note, you can hide elements during recording by using global.scene.isRecording()

    Keep up the amazing work!

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  • Thanks for the feedback Travis!

    I actually have the frame count nearly done and adding the playback speed options soon, hoping to release it tonight!

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  • Just updated! Now has the frame count at the top right, 3 playback speeds when watching the animation (x1, x3, x5) and the buttons hide when you start recording (s/o to Travis for suggesting the isRecording()) .


    Still have some cool ideas planned in the future but lemme know if anyone has any other suggestions!

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