- Film Grain,
- NTSC Colors.
Instead of just flipping pictures, computer-generated visual effects have fascinating switches from one sequence to the next. Fading or dissolving the frame, wiping one frame over another, and rotating the frame are some of them. Wipe, morphing, and visual effects are examples. Visual effects (VFX) in cinema refers to the production or distortion of any on-screen scenery that does not appear visually in real life. Filmmakers may use special effects to create worlds, objects, animals, and even characters that would be difficult or impossible to film in a live-action atmosphere.