Tuesday, September 17, 2013


In big-budget live action movies, an increasingly important part of the CGI pipeline is a step called "postvisualization," which means a series of shots with low-res digital effects created after principle photography.

(Direct link to video) This documentary explains the advantages that postvis gives the director and editor to allow them to make good storytelling decisions and bid the effects accurately before the expensive rendering of the final shots.
Via CGBros


Eugene Arenhaus said...

So much of these movies is animated, they could qualify as animation features half of the time!

dlucas said...

This is hollywood. Nothing is real.

Edward said...

If only they would spend some time creating quality STORIES.

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