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Power of the RPF

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An introduction to the power of RPF and RLA files and how they can be used in post.
After Effects 7 Pro
Useful things
Video-/Tutorials

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An introduction to the power of RPF and RLA files and how they can be used in post. Render from any 3D application and embed various channel information to be used in compositing software. Learn how to create depth-of-field effects, without the render overheads.

Effects & Plugins

Depth of Field, ID Matte, Depth Matte, 3D Fog

Keywords

RPF, RLA, Channels, z-depth, explained, After Effects, Material ID, Object ID

(Min. Version: After Effects 7 Pro, Category: Useful things, Type: Video-/Tutorials)
posted by Dave Scotland on Jun 22, 2009

 

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