Traditional animation techniques , Computer Graphics

Traditional Animation techniques as:

1) Key Frames                        2) Cel Animation


Required Key frames for a film

= {[Time(in seconds)]*[frames required per second(in gen.eral =24)]}/{no. of in between frames}


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