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Rotoscoping is an animation technique that involves tracing over live-action footage frame-by-frame to create realistic animation. It is often used to create special effects, to fix or enhance live-action footage, or to create animated characters that move realistically. Rotoscoping requires a lot of time and attention to detail, but can produce stunning results.


VFX paint is a technique used in visual effects to remove unwanted elements, such as wires or rigs, from live-action footage, or to add elements such as makeup or tattoos. This involves using specialized software and tools to manipulate individual frames of the footage. VFX paint requires a high level of attention to detail and can be time-consuming, but can produce seamless results.


Matchmoving is a visual effects technique that involves tracking the movement of a camera or object in live-action footage to replicate the same movement in a 3D environment. This allows for the insertion of computer-generated imagery into live-action scenes with realistic motion and perspective. Matchmoving is used extensively in film, television, and video game production.


Rotomation is a technique that involves filming actors performing actions or movements, and then tracing over the footage to create animation that matches the live-action footage. This technique is often used to create realistic movement for animated characters in film or video games. Rotomation requires a lot of time and attention to detail, but can produce seamless animation that looks lifelike.

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3D animation involves creating and animating digital objects and characters, while modeling, texturing, lighting, and rendering are the steps involved in the creation and visualization of those objects in a 3D environment. These techniques are used in a wide range of industries, from film and television to video game production and product visualization.

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FX in VFX refers to the special effects added to live-action footage to enhance or create new elements, such as explosions, fire, smoke, or other natural phenomena. These effects are created using specialized software and can be integrated into live-action scenes to create a seamless final product.