Anibrain XDI, India’s premier animation & visual special effects (VFX) institute will launch Advanced Compositing VFX course from November 21, 2012. This six-month intensive course includes one-month internship where students will get the rare opportunity to work on upcoming Hollywood films of award-winning directors and production houses. Designed for both, beginners as well as advanced learners, the minimum eligibility criteria being Std. XII (appeared) or pass-out of any age group.
Jesh Krishna Murthy, Founder & CEO, Anibrain XDI said, “With growing usage of VFX technology in movie and entertainment industry, we are seeing a surge in demand for new talent.
The Advanced Compositing VFX course will mould students to step into the professional world as true blue industry professionals.” He added: “All our courses meet the best of global standards in VFX education by empowering students with capabilities, competencies and understanding of working in international projects and meeting up to exciting and challenging work environments.”
Anibrain XDI students have immediately on completing their courses have been absorbed by leading production houses in India and abroad and gone on to work for Hollywood blockbusters like Harry Potter & Deathly Hallows, Three Musketeers, Ghost Rider to name a few. Students of this course will get to understand and participate in the entire process of compositing for Hollywood films. The course also gives an opportunity to the students to interact with India’s leading artists in VFX.
This intensive course will cover Matte generation, Paint, Tracking, Live action compositing, CGI compositing, Full CGI compositing along with projections, Introduction to Stereoscopic workflow, Multi layer compositing, Compositing and creating Effects, Colour grading and Floating point compositing.
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