The process of combining all or part of two or more digital images into a single image. Usually performed using an image-editing program.
Combining two or more video or electronic images into a single frame. This term can also describe the process of creating various video effects.
Process of combining two images to form a new image. The most common compositing operation is an over operation, where one image is placed over another, taking into account the alpha information of both images.
Layering multiple pictures one on top of another.
To combine two or more individual images onto one piece of film by photographic or digital means. Early compositing was accomplished in the camera by masking part of the scene when filming, rewinding the film and removing the matte and shooting again to expose the previously masked portion. The photographic technology of the optical printer revolutionized visual effects in the 1920s. In the 1990s, digital compositing is commonplace, in which multiple film or digital video images are captured into the computer, combined digitally, and output to a single piece of film.
Combining multiple images to create a single image. Usually this is performed in films to make a computer graphics-generated character appear on a previously filmed background.
An image editing term that refers to assembling multiple images into a single, new, image.
The layering of 2 or more images together to produce a new image.
Layering images on top of each other for composition.
Is the process of combining multiple images into one image, usually by feathering, blending, and altering the transparency of the images.
The process of superimposing one image on another to create a single image.
The process of combining two or more separate images into a single, new irnage.
Combining multiple sources of media data to form a single finished product.
Layering multiple pictures on top of each other. A cutout or matte holds back the background and allows the foreground picture to appear to be in the original picture.
Combining two or more video or electronic images into a single frame or display.
Superimposing multiple layers of video or images. Each layer may move independently. Titles are a simple and common example of compositing.
Combining graphics with another image.
A technique to combine multiple images to create a single image, for example, the formation of a color composite by combining the images from 3 separate spectral bands of an instantaneous dataset, or the creation of a single image summarizing a particular time period from multitemporal imagery (such as a monthly composite).
Term referring to the combination of different picture elements and effects to produce a final â€œcompositeâ€ image.
The process of combining two or more images to yield a resulting, or "composite" image.
Production of a single image by using data from multiple images. This process is applied to AVHRR imagery for cloud removal.
The process of combining two or more images to form a new image. In video, compositing is the process of combining two or more video events to form a new video sequence. Often an alpha channel is used to determine how the video is mixed. See also alpha channel.
In deliberative procedure, compositing is the process of combining several motions into one composite motion.