How To Digitize LomoKino Movies With Samplomat

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Making your very own LomoKino movie is really fun and rewarding, but it also requires some time and effort. Now here’s some good news – Samplomat will make it easier for you! This desktop application is free for Mac and Windows systems. Let the LomoKino movie-making begin!

Credits: nadinadu, youthlessss & lomographysh

What is Samplomat?

Samplomat is a desktop application designed to cut your LomoKino scans into a movie. It supports common picture formats such as JPG or PNG. The output movies are in MP4 format, which can be played by many players on several platforms and devices. It has a better slicing engine, new video encoder and some UI improvements. It’s free and available for Mac and Windows systems.

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How do I use Samplomat?

1. Launch the Samplomat app.
2. Open your LomoKino movie file, then click “Done” (found at the bottom left of your screen).

3. Click “Export” and adjust the FPS (frame rate per second). This determines how fast or slow you want your LomoKino movie transition to be.

4. Now you’re ready to save your work! Click “Select” and make a new folder to store your LomoKino movie and scans in, then click “Export.”

5. Save your LomoKino movie file. Open the file and see it in action!

When you’re done, your LomoKino movie should look something like this:

You can also watch the Step-by-Step video here. For more information, visit the Samplomat site and let us know what you think!

written by shhquiet on 2015-09-03 #gear #news #tutorials #videos #video #35mm #movie #tipster #lomokino #samplomat

4 Comments

  1. rancliffhasenza
    rancliffhasenza ·

    So it crops your lomokino scans and puts it together to a clip automatically, did I understand that the right way?

  2. rik041
    rik041 ·

    pretty

  3. mmxi
    mmxi ·

    thanks, I almost forgot how to use it!

  4. chrisburke
    chrisburke ·

    I have used the lomokino camera in the past but with disappointing results. The cameras keep breaking: the crank, the sprockets, the entire housing cracked. But what about digitizing the films I was finally able to shoot after three cameras. Is your app no longer in existence or supported?? Can it output any other flavor of video other and MP4?? Tiff sequence or DPX?? Overall the results you post on the your website seem pretty cool, but can the average person get those same results??? My local motion picture lab says that the film frame exposed in a lomokino is non standard, NOT 2 PERF, a bit larger perhaps, and there for needs a custom gate to scan. Do you know of any other apps that can do what your app promissed?

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