A technique to convert film footage to video footage and back again.
Short for Audio Interchange File Format, an 8-bit sound file format developed by Apple.
In color images, the fourth channel after the red, green, and blue channels. In black-and-white images, the second channel after the luminance channel.
The process of creating imagery on a frame-by-frame basis either by hand or digitally.
A tool used to read in AIFF or WAV files, mix them together, extract animation curves based on the audio frequency, and manipulate the timing of the sound.
An evenly lit, bright, pure blue background used behind images when they’re filmed. The compositing process then replaces ...