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  1. #1
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    Using Camcorder for Stop-Motion Animation…


    I have a question. I have a Canon ZR960 MiniDV Camcorder that I use for college animation classes. Every time I use my animation software (which is TVPaint Animation 9.5 Standard) to shoot stop-motion animation, I can never get the display off of the screen during the shoot. So, the display stays on my movies when they are completed. It's very annoying. Is there a way to deactivate the display during my animation experiments? If anybody has advice, it would be most appreciated. Thanks.

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    Your best bet would most likely to check out the Canon website unless someone who uses this forum has the exact same camera.

    Once you've resolved your problem, I hope you'll come back to post it to help others.

    Good luck!
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    I agree, go to the following link and click below the camera on "Brochures and Manuals" DL the manual, and start reading. You should be able to find it in there fairly quickly
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