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3D Compositing a Futuristic Sci-fi City using Reallusion's iClone 6.

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Director Adolf Navarro from Antareus Ltd, shows us how to use iClone 6 Pro and PopVideo 3 to create a Sci-Fi 3D compositing shot, mixing masked real footage with CGI elements on the same set. --- "I wanted to show the possibilities of iClone 6 when creating a Sci-Fi set mixing 3D props and billboards with video textures. The new Reallusion popVideo 3 software allows one to mask HD video footage filmed using green screen backgrounds, creating a keyed high definition video format than can be used as texture in iClone 3D props. It allows one to mix real footage in virtual sets without further compositing operations." - Adolf Navarro

COMPATIBLE TOOLS:
iClone - Real-time 3D animation tool for filmmaking and 3D character animation. If you wish to export your characters in FBX, of OBJ formats for further 3D editing in 3ds Max, Maya, Cinema4D or others, then the 3DXChange Pipeline version is required. Know More - http://www.reallusion.com/iclone/defa...

popVideo - popVideo delivers a one-click background screen removal feature with a wide range of chroma key color options to instantly turn videos and image sequence into crisp, transparent videos. Know More -http://www.reallusion.com/popvideo/de...

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Learn how to do 3D Compositing with popVideo and iClone here:
http://www.reallusion.com/popvideo/3d...

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