Rotoscoping on a 32 bit machine

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CanonUserG40 Forum Member • Posts: 91
Re: Rotoscoping on a 32 bit machine

In the 60s and 70s blue screen chromakey was an analogue process using racks of electronic switchers. Rotoscoping only existed in the film industry, and mattes were hand drawn frame by frame onto individual animation cells using an Oxberry animation table.

The upgrade to 64bit computing is hardly a scam. It allows for more complex editing and compositing progammes. With original analogue chromakey it would not key transparent foreground content such as smoke, water, or even shadows over the background. With digital processing these are no longer an issue.

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