3d Animation Movies

Producing and making animated computer movies can sometimes mean the same. Producing can include post-production and some activities to get the movie to an audience. Once you’ve made the final cut of your 3D animation movies, there’s still work to be done.

Here’s a procedure on producing computer 3D animation movies:

-Step 1

Understand that producing movies is something that takes some management skill to take an effect. Remember that the movie project has a life: a beginning and an end.

-Step 2

Secure funds for your computer animated project. Try to take note of the areas that you need to consider for this. Always prepare emergency cash for anything outside the budget.

– Step 3

One medium or high-end computer system is needed for this. You may additional computers if you want to do additional work on the computer while another is rendering.

– Step 4

Understand the legal concerns when you make a project for commercial use. If you intend on making profit from it, you must understand that your profit is divided to the one;s that collaborated with your work. Music for example, by using copyrighted material without permission you may own the owner of the track a portion of your profit.

– Step 5

Learn to create computer animated movies. Resources are abundant on the net for learning this. Try to look at the tips below on how to create computer animated movies.

– Step 6

Acquire music and sound clips that you’ll need for the project. You can make these yourself, purchase music and sound, purchase the rights to use, contract an artist to make the composition, or hire a sound effects company to provide the sounds you need. Sometimes a music provider can be really useful for this.

– Step 7

Voice actor or actors are needed for any narration or dialogue. This can be you and it will not cost anything. You can get family or friends for this. Amateur and professional actors can be costly, depending on certain factors. Rates can be determined by considering the length of the movie and the potential copies to be made.

–  Step 8

Edit the movie. Once the animation is complete you‘ll have to edit the scenes and place voices, sound, and music altogether. Let an audience screen the film before you make a final cut.

–  Step 9

Initiate the DVD production. Once you have a master computer file for DVD burning, you can start production of your computer animated film in DVD. A single DVD burner on your computer won’t be enough. You‘ll need to buy a disk duplicator or have a company to make copies. Also consider all the things that go with DVD production such as the design of the label, DVD case, DVD cover, blank DVDs and the initial quantities required. If demand is great during initial releases, then you can buy more production materials.

–  Step 10

Advertise your finished work. There are several ways for this. Word of mouth, internet marketing, print media, film contests, film festivals, conventions, and television commercials are great examples. Giving free copies at first is one way of good promotion of the film.

– Step 11

A computer animation project can fail even if it’s a good one. Try using 3D animation movies as an example of the work you can do in demo reels for getting a job that requires someone with technical skills in computer generated imagery.