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MoCap for Artists by Brian Windsor, Midori Kitagawa

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2 Preproduction

Preproduction can be looked at as one of the most important steps in motion capture. This is the part of the process that allows us to break everything apart and prepare before either going into the motion capture space or before going into the space with a client. Preproduction can be broken down into pre-capture planning (Section 2.2), preparation for the capture (Section 2.3), and designing a production pipeline (Chapter 3).

2.1   Importance of Preproduction

Why do you want to spend time on preproduction? Because a good preproduction saves a lot of production cost and time, spares you from unnecessary pain, and results in a much better end-product. If you jump into production with little or no preproduction, we assure you ...

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