Basic Animation Stand Techniques by Brian G. D. Salt

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Position IV: Turntable on top of compound: This is far the commonest of the four positions of the turntable. When fitted in this position the centre of the turntable will only coincide with the lens axis when both E/W and N/S movements of the compound are set centrally. In consequence a rotation of the turntable will usually result in the field being shot rotating about some other point than its centre, and this point may well be outside the field altogether. When the turntable has been rotated through θ° clockwise, the field will have rotated through +θ° on the artwork.

Bars 1 and 6 are used if cells permitting field sizes up to 18 inches wide are to be used, bars 2 and 5 if cells permitting field sizes up to 15 inches wide, and bars 41 3 and 4 if cells permitting field sizes up to 12 inches wide. Since it is always possible to shoot fields smaller than the maximum size, it might be thought that bars 1 and 6 would suffice, which permit shooting all field sizes from those 18 inches wide down to very small fields. But cells large enough tobe registered on bars 1 and 6 are not only expensive but very inconvenient to use.

40 Again as with the E/W compound movement, the counter is generally made to read zero when the bar is in its central position. But unlike the E/W movement of the compound, an Easterly movement of the bar is usually made to cause the a Westerly movement to count minus. counter to count plus, The reason for this is that such bars are usually, though not always, used to move objects in a field, not the field itself. Thus an animator might specify that an object registered toapeg bar should be say two inches to the East, and this would be done by moving the bar two inches Eastwards.

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