VFX work runs for the border (electronically anyway)

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VFX work runs for the border (electronically anyway)

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No wonder my friend the FX editor is learning picture editing........

BBC:

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-68017347
India is a relatively cheap place to create such artwork and the adoption of cloud computing has made it easy for Indian workers to contribute to projects based overseas.

"India has become a big market for outsourcing though not the entire movie - but parts of movies," says Ketan Mehta, founder of Cosmos Maya, a visual effects and animation studio.

He says it's "only a matter of time" before Indian studios are handling all the visual effects for big global productions.
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