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Note: This is to be noticed that computer animation can also be produced by changing camera parameters as its position, orientation and focal length, as well as changes in the light effects and the other parameters linked with illumination and rendering can generate computer animation also.

Before the advent of computer animation, each animation was done through hand that involved a huge amount of work. You may have a concept of the amount of work through considering as all second of animation film contains twenty-four frames or film. Subsequently, one can imagine the amount of work in creating still the shortest of animated films.

 

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