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SERVICE OVERVIEW

If a project is not too complex, we may hire a designer-builder type of contractor, to make the longevity of the construction shorter.

With the help of such project delivery method, we’ll be able to overlap the design and the construction part, to eliminate any kind of postponing or schedule delays…

  • Flips Audio Flip Your World
  • Duracell Powermat
  • Kellogg's Breakfast Skippervention
  • Building Camp, Building Adventure, and Building Character
  • Gracie Barra Jiu-Jitsu Promo Video

Pixate Studio has developed successful relationships with a variety of advertising agencies and medium to large businesses and organizations.  

PLAN AND DETAILS

CompositingCompositing is the process of combining multiple visual elements from various sources into a single image or sequence. It can be as simple as overlaying two photos or as complex as combining elements, images, and footage.
RotoscopingRotoscoping began as an animation technique, in which animators traced over film footage to create realistic character movement.

POPULAR QUESTIONS

Directors, artists, and editors are constantly finding innovative ways to utilize stock footage to bring their ideas to life while saving a ton of time and money in the process. Stock footage can enrich a production while eliminating difficult and expensive shots.

In this look at some of Hollywood’s favorite movie magic tricks, learn from filmmaking masters and VFX artists to put your characters anywhere you can imagine through film compositing, rotoscoping, and matte paintings.

Film and video technology is making everything from cameras to gear smaller, more compact, and easier to store. This also makes many items obsolete much more quickly. That being said, filmmakers must often find new and unique ways to store gear without breaking the bank.

VFX Basics: Compositing, Rotoscoping, and Mattes

In this look at some of Hollywood’s favorite movie magic tricks, learn from filmmaking masters and VFX artists to put your characters anywhere you can imagine through film compositing, rotoscoping, and matte paintings.