Movie and TV animation introduction

Hello every one ,my name is EASON, today i want to talk about the Movie and TV animation, as the name suggests, is an animated film .
Television three-dimensional animation involved in film and television creative effects, pre-shooting, video 3D animation , special effects post production, film and television special effects animation.
With the extension of computers in the field of film and television and the increase of production software, 3D digital imaging technology has expanded the limitations of film and television shooting, and made up for the lack of shooting in visual effects. To a certain extent, the cost of computer production is far more than that produced by real shooting. The cost is much lower, and it saves time for the crew due to budgetary expenses, location weather, and seasonal changes. The computer equipment hardware for making TV special effects animations is a 3D digital workstation. The production staff specializes in computers, film and television, fine arts, movies, music, and so on. Video 3D animation can be performed from simple film and television effects to complex 3D scenes.
Film and television post-production is an animation of the film or software that has been taken, and the post-processing, film and television production to form a complete film, add special effects, add text, and make sounds for the film. The later software can be divided into plane software, synthesis software, nonlinear editing software, and 3D software. There are a lot of post-production software, and there are many kinds of simple non-linear editing software. The application depends mainly on what acquisition card is used (must be a non-linear editing software for the support card). Synthetic software: AE, Combution, DFsion, Shake, etc., each with different levels of hierarchical and node-based synthesis software (the first two are hierarchical and the last two are node). 3D software: 3D MAX, MAYA, and Softimage, Zbrush, etc.

 

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