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This gives diffuse behaviour to the area shadows. Name the light source ‘Skylight directional’. The result is a desaturated diffuse flare around the direct sunlight on the room’s wall. 06 07 05 Set up major bounce lights Direct light always 06 Work on minor bounce lights Create a copy of 07 Create effect lights In the final scene there are four causes indirect light to bounce off surfaces and carry information about its brightness and colour. The quality of your indirect light can cause your lighting setup to stand or fall since it is an indicator of credibility – and an essential part of the art of lighting.

It only took 15 days to shoot all of the motion-captured footage required for Quantum Break Audiomotion’s technical director, James Witt, was kind enough to answer a few of our questions about the project: You hear a lot about post-production when it comes to mocap, but Audiomotion offers pre-production services, too? We work with clients to optimise their animation assets for use with a particular actor to ensure we get the best results. Though it is more likely that the characters are rigged and locked down before actors are cast… Audiomotion’s Brian Mitchell urges mocap users to rehearse and be capture-ready When people think motion capture, they think live actors… but Audiomotion has animal rigging services available too – what are the main challenges in this sort of work?

This can be a problem with some people as well! [However] most of the problems arise when the subject doesn’t take direction or doesn’t particularly want to cooperate... Again, [it’s the] same with some human actors! It only took 15 days to shoot all of the motion-captured footage required for Quantum Break Audiomotion’s technical director, James Witt, was kind enough to answer a few of our questions about the project: You hear a lot about post-production when it comes to mocap, but Audiomotion offers pre-production services, too?

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