How To: Use HDR imagery and 32 bpc in After Effects

Use HDR imagery and 32 bpc in After Effects

Andrew Kramer gives us a practical look at HDR Imagery and 32 bits per channel inside of After Effects 7.0. See how using 32 bits differs from using 8 or 16 bits and some tricks with HDR and motion blur.

Use HDR imagery and 32 bpc in After Effects

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