Definitions for "Rotoscoping"
Keywords:  trace, fleisher, film, artist, drawn
A rotoscope is an animation stand used to project a sequence of action frames against a surface. An artist could then trace a set of animation frames. For example, the background of the scene would be projected, and the actor is drawn, or edited onto this background -- i.e. compositing. This process can now be done with computers and a rotoscope is no longer used. The term rotoscoping is now used for the doctoring film or animation sequences frame-by-frame.
the technique of treating individual frames of film or video to create animation. This complex and time-consuming technique can be made simpler with high-tech animation systems. An artist draws on individual frames of film to create special effects.
A way of creating animation by tracing the movements of actors from film or video.
Keywords:  spline
Keywords:  robin, round