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Its from behind the scenes of making of Japenese Anime "Naruto" movie ..a video on which is available on YouTube also..

 

 

I wnna know what are the Animation and compositing softwares used in the making based on these scrnshots???!

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Probably some older animation software but you won't have much luck running on newer machines unless they still support it

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I'm just speaking from experience so what I say may not work 100%

Please try searching up the answer before you post here but I am always glad to help

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I'm seeing 3 different softwares in the video , paintshop pro 7, adobe photoshop , and jasc animation shop

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As far as their process it appears they are rendering out each individual frame as an image so they are compositing with regular photoshop tools

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2 minutes ago, emosun said:

I'm seeing 3 different softwares in the video , paintshop pro 7, adobe photoshop , and jasc animation shop

My goodness, I hope it was more stable than when I used it.  I remember Animation Shop being very prone to crashing.

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3 minutes ago, Alex Atkin UK said:

My goodness, I hope it was more stable than when I used it.  I remember Animation Shop being very prone to crashing.

honestly this looks like it was so long ago that actually editing something like this in a video editor wouldnt have been possible for such a small studio in terms of single machines. If they had a bunch of Sgi stations maybe but looks like they are working with just off the shelf desktops running xp/2000.

I'm guessing they purposely left the entire movie in individual frames until the final export to tape/dvd/film. Not even sure those basic machines could play back the film in hd digitally so they probably had to preview everything on a single good machine or in standard def if they wanted to see it in motion.

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