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For graphic design

graphic design needs

Texts: Please supply finalized Word documents. Handwritten documents are not accepted.
Photos/illustrations: Photoshop, Tiff, Jpeg, Illustrator. Required resolution 300 DPI for A4 format. Logos must be original files. in eps or . ai format. Fonts must be in vector format. Photos inserted in Word documents cannot be used. Please include an http link to a file with the best resolution.
Image copyright: so as not to violate copyright laws, the images supplied must originate either from CERN’s audiovisual resources or from image banks, or their creator’s consent must have been obtained. All items on the web are de facto subject to copyright rules, even if they are open access, free of charge and carry no warning that they are protected.
Animations: a precise, documented script, including time-code, must be supplied.
Delivery times: For projects requiring more than one week’s work, the request must be submitted at least four weeks in advance. For projects requiring less than one week’s work, the request must be submitted at least two weeks in advance.
Work will begin once all the necessary documents have been supplied.

 

 

For 3D animations

animation needs

Define the script or storyboard.
Number and timing of animations.
Define the material needs (2D drawings, 3D, and images if the 3D models do not exist in our database).
In the case of basic 3D integration (no tracking or Camera match) provide native editing of scenes into which the activities will be integrated and provide them in a lightweight format for our production. (mp4 (h.264) maximum 20kps)
As part of 3D integration vfx (3D part of the filmed perspective with motion) the facilitator must be present to develop the implementation of the green screen and tracker. Provide two formats (Apple ProRes for tracking and mp4 (h264) max 20kps for production).
Define a workspace for the transfer and exchange of files.
Deadlines to be agreed, work will begin when all items have been supplied

 

 

For motion design

motion-design-needs

Define the script or storyboard (precise)
Number and timing of animations.
Titles, text and/or voice-over
Graphic charter if it exists, otherwise it will be necessary to develop one.
Any element necessary for the production of animation (photo, logo, etc ...)
Define a workspace for the transfer and exchange of files.
Deadlines to be agreed, work will begin when all items have been supplied

 

 

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