Gone Girl‘s post-production engineer Jeff Brue talks to Adobe about how he went about creating an all Adobe post-production workflow for the film–making Gone Girl the first major studio film to do so.
Says Brue, “The first step is figuring out the workflow, particularly how to support the 2,304 x 1,152 non-standard frame size and do what we call opticals. The data requirements from that in a multi-cam scenario can quickly become explosive. The objective was to get the overall system to a state where VFX collapsed into editorial seamlessly. Up to 80% of the timeline was actually After Effects comps; the faster that process went the more decisions could be made.”
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