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Definition of the noun Animatic

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noun - plural: animatics

  1. An animated storyboard, used especially in the development of television commercials

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Google previewFundamentals of Game Development (2011)

by Founder and Executive Producer Media Sunshine Inc Heather Maxwell Chandler, Heather Maxwell Chandler, Rafael Chandler

The flipbook animatic is a rudimentary rough draft of the cinematic, but it serves various purposes. It gives the development team an idea of how the cinematic will feel when images are matched up to sound, music, and voice; it can help to ...

Google previewDesign Essentials for the Motion Media Artist (2013)

A Practical Guide to Principles & Techniques by Angie Taylor

An animatic is an animated storyboard that is used to set the pacing of your project. There are several approaches to animatic production, usually dependent on what kind of production you are working on. 3D animated film animatics are often ...

Google previewProducing Independent 2D Character Animation (2013)

Making & Selling A Short Film by Mark A. Simon

Chapter 26 Enhanced Animatics An animatic is a work in.

Google previewMaya 2008 Character Modeling and Animation (2008)

Principles and Practices by Tereza Flaxman

The animatic is a 2D movie created with the storyboard images. A storyboard is a good organizing device, but until you are very experienced, ...

Google previewBeating Cancer. A Miracle on the NHS (2005)

by Simon Riley

An animatic is a series of drawings crudely animated together to tell a story. This is to help the focus group visualize the idea. In this case, the idea for the Freeview trail. Animatics are like dinosaurs in flared trousers. They're completely out of ...

Google previewCINEMA 4D (2012)

The Artist's Project Sourcebook by Anne Powers

An animatic is a rough approximation of the finished animation. It can begin as a slideshow of the storyboards, butcan include sectionsof roughor close to finished animation as theprocess unfolds. The animatic canbe, for example, anAfter ...

Google previewHow to Write for Animation (2003)

by Jeffrey Scott

An animatic is a series of still drawings and pencil tests, edited together with the dialogue track to form a rough draft of the cartoon. Next comes a process called the animatic rewrite. This is a one to two day rewrite, during which the writers view ...

Google previewDesigning Sound for Animation (2013)

by Robin Beauchamp

PRODUCTION TASKS FOR THE SOUND AND MUSIC DEPARTMENTS Just as the animatic is a work in progress, so too are the temp tracks. Preliminary work at the production stage promotes creativity, organization, If you don't show .

Google previewProducing Animation (2011)

by Catherine Winder, Zahra Dowlatabadi, Tracey Miller-Zarneke

For projects animated in-house, the animatic is a living record of the show, which is always in a state of flux. Each shot goes through a metamorphosis as it progresses down the production pipeline. Starting as storyboard panels, the shot's first ...

Google previewAnimation in the Home Digital Studio (2012)

Creation to Distribution by Steven Subotnick

animatic. An animatic is a series of images recorded onto film or video, or scanned into a computer so that they can be played back in a specific time frame. Usually ...

Google previewWriting for Animation, Comics, and Games (2012)

by Christy Marx

ANIMATIC: An animatic is a very roughly animated storyboard (sometimes also called a leica ...

Google previewProducing Animation, 2nd Edition (2012)

by Catherine Winder, Zahra Dowlatabadi

For projects animated in-house, the animatic is a living record of the show, which is always in a state of flux. Each shot goes through a metamorphosis as it progresses down the production pipeline. Starting as storyboard panels, the shot's first ...

Google previewProduct-Service System Design for Sustainability (2017)

by Carlo Vezzoli, Cindy Kohtala, Amrit Srinivasan, Liu Xin, Moi Fusakul, Deepta Sateesh, J.C. Diehl

The Animatic is a visualisation tool able to support the co-design process. It is an animated interaction storyboard that edits images with dialogues and sounds. This audiovisual tool allows the design team to visualise a detailed sequence, ...

Google previewIn Silico (2008)

3D Animation and Simulation of Cell Biology with Maya and MEL by Jason Sharpe, Charles John Lumsden, Nicholas Woolridge

The 2D animatic The 2D animatic is a more recent innovation. It usually involves the transformation of the static storyboard into a piece of motion media, complete with test soundtrack. Plans for animation, storytelling, and science unite in this ...

Google previewThree Documentary Filmmakers (2009)

Errol Morris, Ross McElwee, Jean Rouch by William Rothman

The animatic is that nonessence enabling and at the same time disenabling animation as essence, including Eisenstein's notion of plasmaticness as essence . The animatic makes every animation always already a reanimation. The animatic is ...

Google previewMarketing Management: Text & Cases (2010)

by Chandrasekar

An animatic is an animated form of a commercial that would show some of the movements, camera work, and edits of the commercial, again including a rough sound track. Of these formats, the straight storyboard is most common when ...

Google previewThe Sound Advice Encyclopedia of Voice-Over & the Business of Being A Working Talent (2014)

by Kate McClanaghan

air analog animatic (See Chapter 18, How to Get an Agent.) (verb) When a project airs, this means it's being broadcast over television, cable, radio, or over new medium (NM). Just because you booked and shot/recorded a job does NOT mean ...

Google previewThe Sound Advice Dictionary for Acting & Voice Over (2013)

What You Need To Know To Have a Career in Voice Acting by Kate McClanaghan

analog animatic arc articulate atonal On a union job, you're always paid a session fee, in the event the project or spot does not air. This way you will have been paid regardless. The bestcase scenario is it does air, in order to offer you residual ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Multimedia 1999 (2014)

Terms and Acronyms by Brad Hansen

animatic. (n.) A compilation of key scenes usedtoplan and lay out video spots and motion pictures. animation. repositioned in each frame to simulate movement on a still. (n.) The rapid display of a series ofstill imagesor objects thatare.

Google previewBKSTS Illustrated Dictionary of Moving Image Technology (2013)

by Martin Uren

animatic: A limited animation using art work edited as a videotape storyboard and often used for test commercials. animation: Producing the ...

Google previewThe Computer Animation Dictionary (2012)

Including Related Terms Used in Computer Graphics, Film and Video, Production, and Desktop Publishing by Robi Roncarelli

animatic - A rough, usually incomplete, sequence of images photographed or recorded to give a sense of action, ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of New Media (1999)

The New Digital World: Video, Audio, Print : Film, Television, DVD, Home Theatre, Satellite, Digital Photography, Wireless, Super CD, Internet by James Monaco

Animatic • Simple animation used as a STORYBOARD. Animation • Methods by which inanimate objects are made to move on the screen, giving the appearance of life. These methods include drawing on the film itself; photographing CELLS ...

Google previewOxford English Dictionary Additions Series (1997)

by John A. Simpson, E. S. C. Weiner

animatic ( aem'maetik), n. [f. ANIMAT(ED ppl. a. + -IC (or possibly a blend with SCHEMATIC n.).] ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Television, Cable, and Video (2012)

by R.M. Reed, M.K. Reed

animatic A rough draft of a television COMMERCIAL is developed by taking photographs of individual STORYBOARD sketches ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of English (2010)

by Angus Stevenson

animatic /,anI'matIk/ > noun a preliminary version of a film, produced by shooting successive sections of a storyboard and adding a soundtrack. — ORIGIN 1970s: from animat(ed) + -Ic, or a blend of ANIMATED and SCHEMATIC. animation ...

Google previewDictionary of Media and Communication Studies (2015)

by James Watson, Anne Hill

Animatic Sequence of drawings representing the story of a television advertisement, prior to filming. Another term for storyboard. Animation Animation The process of filming still drawings, puppets, working 10.

Google previewDictionary of Jargon (Routledge Revivals) (2013)

by Jonathon Green

See also animatic. photomontage n [Art] a technique of cutting up and then re- assembling photographs with the intention of creating a new composite image with a meaning other than that of the individual pictures; it was first used to effect by ...

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