Category Archives: VFX/Animation
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It took three and a half months in post-production and more than 18 people from Framestore CFC to create Guinness's "NoitulovE," a spectacular 50-second special-effects epic featuring three men morphing through time from a present-day London drinking hole to a primeval mudhole.
In a recent three-spot campaign for Kellogg's cereal Choco Krispies, animation/vfx house Pendulum Studio was charged with creating fast-paced, cinematic action battles between children and a ship full of skeleton pirates, similar to the look of the feature film Pirates of the Caribbean.
ULTRA from Serious Magic has a seriously stellar reputation as a great keying tool in the ubiquitous world of DV, where clean keys aren't always easy in the 4:1:1 or 4:2:0 color spaces. Version 2 makes that reputation even better.
Eyeon Software is now shipping v.5 of its DFX+ digital video compositor based on its film compositing system, Fusion. New enhancements include 3D compositions with lights, cameras and primitives; OpenGL
D2 Software, a subsidiary of Digital Domain, is now shipping v.4.5 of its compositing system Nuke. New features include an image-based keyer and more flexible 3D workspace, as well as a new interface, support
With version 6.5, After Effects finally has a particle system that most people can use. No, I'm not talking about Particle Playground, which struck fear into the hearts of pros and novices alike, but CC Particle World.