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How to Set Up a Rear Screen Projection Properly

Working with chroma keying and composites on various filmmaking projects has become an industry standard throughout the years predominantly due to the latest advancement in computer technology and motion graphics. Yet, CGI is not the only available asset you can use to achieve high-end results when you need

The Foundry Releases Free Non-Commercial Version of NUKE

NUKE, the powerful node-based VFX, editorial and finishing go-to software solution for feature film compositing, recently got a free non-commercial version. In other words, every artist and filmmaker who wants to delve deep into the world of VFX and is eager to learn, can experiment and create

CyberLink’s Entry-Level VFX & Audio Programs Pack a Punch

CyberLink has been producing entry-level post-production and DVD authoring apps for some time now, and are often overlooked as any kind of an option when taking your footage into the editing suite. While none of their programs are going to be dethroning anything in the Adobe or AVID

A Look at the Boris FX Continuum Complete 9 VFX Suite

For most video productions a level of visual effects can be used to enhance the final product. Everything from basic color grading and lens corrections to more advanced overlays and special effects come into play in some form or another, and because of this there are a

Basic Setups for Shooting Green Screen

Shooting green screen has become an expected part of the current film production environment. Whilst films such as Avatar combine live-action with computer generated characters thus resembling to a large extent a children’s animation, Fincher’s films as The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and more like Zodiac use