Rotoscoping is a technique of tracing over live-action footage to create realistic or stylized animations, masks, or effects. It can be used for various purposes, such as removing unwanted elements, enhancing details, adding motion graphics, or creating artistic expressions.


Compositing is the process or technique of combining visual elements from separate sources into single images, often to create the illusion that all those elements are parts of the same scene. For motion pictures originally recorded on film, high-quality video conversions called "digital intermediates" enable compositing and other operations of computerized post production. Digital compositing is a type of matting, and one of four basic compositing methods. The others are physical compositing, multiple exposure, and background projection.


Enhance your films with the creation of explainer videos, kinetic typography, title sequences, graphic animations, promotional/branding content, and animated logos with Motion graphics effects. It encompasses many different techniques including: compositing, color correcting, color grading, masking, rotoscoping, motion tracking, and the application of video effects to stylize video images.


Use an approved Dolby Vision compatible color corrector for both HDR and Dolby Vision mastering. The entire range of tools for film color correction is available to create the best HDR films according to the creative brief and requirement. The Dolby Vision content mapping algorithms are designed to maintain the look and intent of the HDR master.

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