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February 14, 2017, 18:39 PM
Artjail performed quite a few shots on the Budweiser 2017 Superbowl spot, including background replacement / set extensions, 3D ship with water simulation, and a CG suture that I didn’t expect to be digital.#vfx#visual effects#special effects#3d animation#vfx breakdown
February 10, 2017, 20:15 PM
The Montreal based studio delivered over 125 shots for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. It included CG characters, environments, set extensions, and of course a ton of beasts. They Posted a VFX Breakdown Today.#vfx#visual effects#special effects#3d animation#vfx breakdown
December 5, 2012, 07:27 AM
Using the right special effect can make your video match your creative vision. Whether it's simply tinting a shot to fit a mood, creating an old-fashioned film look, or turning a video clip into an abstract animated background, the right video effect is just a click away.#fcpx#final cut pro x#nle#apple#special effects
November 6, 2012, 10:03 AM
In 1992 a small company named Discreet Logic introduced a new software tool for creating visual special effects for film and TV. Created by Gary Tregaskis, it was originally named Flash, later changed to Flame. It didn't take long for the industry to warm up to the new software; "Super Mario Bros." was the first movie to use Flame a few months later. Not long after, Flame introduced 3D compositing, allowing video artists to composite on one layer in 3D that included lights, displacement...#autodesk#flame#vfx#visual effeects#special effects
Gordon sits down with cinematographer James Kniest to discuss his work on The Haunting of Bly Manor....
Gordon sits down with documentary editor and producer Kathryn Robson to discuss storytelling and her...
Gordon sits down to talk to Emmy Nominated editors Kate Sanford & Tim Streeto to discuss their work ...
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