Oxford Comma – Music Video

FROM THE DIRECTOR: I use my iPod to shoot and edit all sorts of stop motion animation. I set the iPod up on a tripod so that it’s viewing a grey Lego sheet aerially. I then start recording, and move the bricks one by one and wait three seconds in between each brick move. I then stop recording and go through the video on my iPod and use the iPod’s screen capture ability to pull each frame of the animation. I then put the frames in order with each frame running about .1 seconds, and try my best to line them up with the music. This video took me a very long time to make, but I have a strange sense of patience when it comes to making videos on my iPod.

I used the iMovie app as well as Splice, PR Free (picture rotating software), and SlowMo.

Category: Music Video
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