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Chapter 21. Compositing

by Doug Barnard

The rendering of 3D art and animations is but a part of the larger production; sometimes a very small part. Being able to pass along elements of a rendering to a compositor is key to streamlining a workflow. Even when compositing might seem unnecessary, it can reduce the rendering time on large scenes and add flexibility at the end of the production process.


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