By Rick Baumgartner
Grasp the complicated realities of 3D put up creation workflows and ideas with this unique consultant.
Brimming with options which have been used on real 3D productions and will simply be included into your personal workflows, Rick Baumgartner's 3D Postproduction deals you:
• the easiest practices for 3D preproduction and construction to make sure a soft put up approach, saving either time and money
• considerable workflow diagrams, reveal grabs, and checklists to augment your studying with visible cues
• universal postproduction concerns equivalent to dailies, meeting, slicing, and colour correction, and the way they range among 3D and second submit pipelines
• Examples of 3D long past undesirable and the way these situations will be avoided
• In-depth interviews with operating pros and large tutorials that supply functional perception from the trenches of real-world 3D postproduction
A significant other site (www.focalpress.com/cw/baumgartner) that includes undertaking documents and videos demonstrating the 3D workflows lined within the book
An potent 3D postproduction workflow makes it possible for more straightforward and extra versatile enhancing, higher skill for visible results enhancement, the facility to mend construction error, and lots more and plenty extra. You can't find the money for to overlook out!
Bring your 3D tasks to the subsequent point with 3D Postproduction: Stereoscopic Workflows and Techniques.
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14 The Six Core 3D Post Workflows. OVERVIEW 31 shot 3D material via 2D-to-3D conversion; planned specialty shots via 2D-to-3D conversion. 2 Combining/Adding Workflows The six workflows are by no means absolute. Some 3D shows can reasonably combine or add workflows. For example, 3D shows with few and/or very simple visual effects might eliminate the Visual Effects workflow entirely. A show requiring depth grading may choose to do this work as part of the editorial workflow, by grading depth as the edit progresses.
In indie productions the person in the stereography role may also be the filmmaker, the DP, the producer or the director. Comfort is a subjective and relative matter. Who determines what is comfortable is based on who is on your team and what kind of show you are making. “The thing about 3D post is that you can get there so many different ways. That’s the beauty of what we do. 3 Continuity When we use the word “continuity” in this book, we are talking much more than whether an actor has a spoon in the correct hand from one scene to the next.
For example, a single shot may contain focus mismatch, vertical misalignment, zoom mismatch, color mismatch, keystoning, and edge violations. It can be difficult to identify much less resolve issues in the correct order. To make things even more challenging, correcting a 3D issue can introduce new issues. Sometimes what we believe is causing an error is actually not causing the error. For example, what looks like a vertical misalignment between L and R, could actually be a rotational mismatch or a warp in the mirror of a beam-splitter rig.
3D Postproduction: Stereoscopic Workflows and Techniques by Rick Baumgartner