This video presents a global visual effects production pipeline framework developed by Rhythm & Hues Studios. The framework is a set of abstraction layers that represent the fundamental building blocks of a post production pipeline. R&H has used these core components to build a single, unified pipeline that spans the breadth of production, from plate ingestion to final delivery. The framework has built-in support for multiple studio locations across the globe and allowed all of R&H's facilities to work together seamlessly as if production was happening in a single location. Because the framework makes no assumptions as to the software to be used on production, or even the type of work to be done, it has allowed R&H to easily adapt its pipeline to any projects awarded. Used on every production at Rhythm & Hues since 2006, this framework has been the foundation of the studio's efficient, scalable, and flexible global production pipeline.
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This is a Student Compilation of Cinematic techniques -
A comparison between techniques from the
practical effects of 80s and artist from our time.
Currently, pratical effects could still apply.
However, digital effects are taking their place.
It's looking to the past that we
understand the present.
Scenes extracted from:
Movie Magic show
Horizons look a ILM and VFX
ILM - Industrial Light Magic Creating The Impossible
Pirates of the Caribian 2
Prince of Persia
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Transformers 2 and 3
Rescue Ryan Soldier
And other old movies that I don’t know...