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  • Compositing 'The Attack'

    by Dave Scotland

    In this tutorial, we will step through the process of compositing this space attack scene. You will be introduced to the process of using RPF channel information to break apart various elements of a single 3D render, Then you will learn how to create various post-production effects, using standard efffects, Particular and ReelSmart Motion Blur. We will also add various color correction and post treatments to tie everything together.

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