In this tutorial, I'll be offering some useful CG Integration tips and techniques to help better combine your CG assets with plate photography. I've also included some great techniques for pre-treating your plate footage prior to match-moving and some hints on multi-pass rendering. This advise has been gathered from many years of VFX industry experience and will definitely help you to achieve better CG integration results. Enjoy...
Also available in this series:
- Expert CG Integration Tips Volume 1
- Expert CG Integration Tips Volume 2
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