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I need to make a stop-motion video for a school project. They said that us Mac users can use a program called "FrameThief", however it looks like the last time it was updated was 2003. Is FrameThief good or is there something a bit more recent?

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I actually use that program or iStopMotion. I use them for my YouTube channel Brix|Entertainment. FrameThief is ok, but I would use the iStopMotion demo. You can just keep using the demo over and over so I'm happy. It supports onion skinning more advanced ways and things like that. FrameThief is ok too.
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You can just keep using the demo over and over
Have you no consience?

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If they let me use the demo over and over then I will.


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