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Three Frames

July 14, 2010

How did I not know about Three Frames before? Somewhat disturbing 3-frame animated GIFs from movies.

Anyway, they were kind enough to include frames from Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus. (I took the liberty of removing the pan in the original shot to enhance the bridge-chomping greatness. This only took me several days — anyone know of an app that makes it easier to nudge frames in a film clip? Maddening.)

Note how the shark has carefully planned his attack to take out the cyclists on the west side of the bridge first. Mega Shark is clearly not in favor of the Noe Valley Plaza.

We have covered giant animal attacks at length in the past, including MSvGO and laser walrus. But Peter Hartlaub brings up a good point — where are the attacks on Sutro? Is our favorite telecommunications tower that intimidating of a target?

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  1. chris permalink
    July 14, 2010 4:05 pm

    Final Cut is pretty good with nudging individual frames, if you have it. I’m sure imovie can do something similar, but haven’t used it.

    • July 14, 2010 5:36 pm

      Thanks. Does it export to animated GIF?

      iMovie has a crop feature that you can use to similar effect, but in general I find the entire app painful.

      Any iPhone/iPad developers out there? Import a series of pictures, pinch/zoom/drag to crop/nudge with your finger? Say $3?

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