Behind 'Gone Girl'''s All Adobe Post Production Workflow

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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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