Angus, Fiona
June 2002
Australian Personal Computer;Jun2002, Issue 282, p102
Focuses on the importance of digital video in producing quality visual effects. Creativity of the movie; Title of motion pictures using visual effects; Usability of digital videos in filmmaking. INSETS: THE ART OF CG-ACTING.;SMALL BYTES.;THE FILTER-DOWN EFFECT..


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