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September 12, 2019, 19:43 PM
We’re still a few years away from where machine learning AI can produce rotoscoping that rivals what human artists can achieve (though only a very few), but even today machine learning offers results that are more than adequate for color correction, camera tracking garbage mattes, or temp roto for slap comps while waiting on final outsourced roto. And with just a couple of lines of code you—the unskilled, non-programmer—can have that machine learning goodness at your command. What’s better, you can start to learn a little Python in the process.
September 10, 2019, 19:10 PM
A new report on inclusion and diversity in the U.K. VFX, animation and post-production sectors has been published by UK Screen Alliance, in conjunction with Animation UK and Access VFX. Surveying more than 1,150 workers, this research showed that these industries have made strides in achieving inclusive workplaces — however, there is still room for improvement.
September 10, 2019, 12:55 PM
In this round-up we focus on templates that give you the tools to create stunning video projects easily and effectively in Final Cut Pro. Whether it's a pack of assets to shape your project from start to finish, or a single item with a clean layout that's easily customized, this collection will get you feeling more confident in your editing so that you can deliver better projects, faster.
September 10, 2019, 12:55 PM
All this week at befores & afters we’re asking freelance 3D artists about their careers and for advice for others looking to start in the industry.
September 9, 2019, 17:59 PM
When it comes to an adventure film, visual effects often play a vital role. We are often used to seeing realistic effects to heighten the action a la the Indiana Jones and Lara Croft series. However, they are also vital elements when the adventure is fun-loving, as was the case in the recentDora and the Lost City of Gold film.
September 7, 2019, 10:47 AM
Boris FX announced a pair of acquisitions, bringing SilhouetteFX and Digital Film Tools into the fold alongside its Sapphire, Continuum, and Mocha Pro offerings. Silhouette won a Technical Achievement Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences earlier this year for its work in roto and paint software, which incorporates a licensed version of […] The post Boris FX Acquires SilhouetteFX, Digital Film Tools appeared first on Studio Daily.
September 6, 2019, 09:05 AM
Boston, MA, USA — September 6, 2019 — Boris FX™, the leader in integrated VFX and workflow solutions for video and film, acquires SilhouetteFX (SFX) and Digital Film Tools (DFT). The two companies have a long history of developing tools used on Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters and deep industry experience collaborating closely with the world’s most renowned VFX studios including Weta Digital, Framestore, Technicolor, and Deluxe.
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