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Compositing software

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Compositing software

A software that is used in Post Production to composit scenes in a film and for adding Motion Graphics, special effects and color correction.

Types of Composting Software

Layer Based

This software uses a Layer based interface for compositing and visual effects. Examples of Layer based Software are Adobe After Effects, HitFilm, Sony Vegas Pro, Apple Motion and the now discontinued Autodesk Combustion.

Node Based

This software uses a Node based interface for compositing and visual effects. Examples of Node based software are Autodesk Flame, Autodesk Toxik now sold as Maya Composite, Eyeon Fusion, NUKE, Blender (software) and the now discontinued Apple Shake.

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