FILM 7611G Digital Imaging and Compositing 2
60 hours; 3 credits
Introduction to advanced methods of compositing computer-generated imagery and live-action; includes the integration of footage containing physical effects with digitally generated imagery; also includes motion tracking, stabilization, matte painting/set-extension, film and lighting effects, image manipulation, retouching, and painting. Students complete a case study for a hybrid scene from a feature film that includes both physical and digital elements.
Prerequisite: FILM 7601G Digital Imaging and Compositing 1
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