How To: Add sound to stop motion films with iKITMovie

Add sound to stop motion films with iKITMovie

iKITMovie is stop motion animation software for PC's running Windows XP or Vista. All you need is a computer and a USB webcam or USB streaming camcorder and you are ready to make your own brickfilms or clay animation (claymation) movies. If you wish, you can simply import your JPG images (640x480) that you have already taken with your camcorder or digital still camera for simple editing.

If you just got the iKITMovie program, this video tutorial will show you how to add sound to stop motion films with iKITMovie, and get some beginner tips.

One of the unique features of iKITMovie is its databank of 2,200 sounds. It is very easy to add these sounds and any further sounds to your stop motion movie through the program interface, unlike many other stop motion programs which require that you supply all your own sounds even it they fully support multiple sounds at all. The sounds and music can be added to any frame thus making sound and action synchronisation very easy.

Add sound to stop motion films with iKITMovie

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Hi, thanks for sharing your tips and knowledge. I just started creating my own videos. I'm using anime figures (like s.h.-figuarts & Saint Seiya). But I'm having difficulty keeping the figures standing. I have created some wire bindings. They work well but not for everything or all the movements. Do you know of some type of doug or clay that I can use? I am looking for something that is easy to remove without damaging the figures. Thank you.

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