From creating precise foreground mattes to filling garbage mattes, Rotoscopy is the first step in most of the VFX projects. This involves a lot of precision and an expert eye for detail. We can boast that we have the experience and quality to produce such accurate mattes.


Keying footage makes the process much faster. This involves extracting the foreground from the green or blue screen and combining it with a suitable background.We tackle wire and rig removal. Far from being the most glamourous of visual effects, in reality wire removal is extremely challenging.


Removing the unwanted props from the shots is important in making a realistic feature. Removing wires, rigs and track markers are major types of paint work. We do Digital Paint in of missing elements. Others include film restoration and blemish removal. We understand the importance of paint.


The compositing pipeline is based on Nuke X. It is adjusted to work in both 2K and 4K resolution as well as in stereoscopic imaging. This department provides services in match move, rotoscopy and matte paint. You will be working with a team that has created good VFX technology.

Matchmove & Tracking

In cinematography, match moving is a cinematic technique that allows the insertion of computer graphics into live-action footage with correct position, scale, orientation, and motion relative to the photographed objects in the shot.

2D to 3D conversion

Conversion is a cost-efficient alternative to turn existing 2D content into immersive stereoscopic or auto stereoscopic 3D or to produce new footage initially intended for 3D exhibition

Extract Matte

Mattes are used in photography and special effects film making to combine two or more image elements into a single, final image. Usually, mattes are used to combine a foreground image with a background image.


VR 360 is all about Virtual Reality. We take care of every aspect of the post-production, both technical and creative. We can provide stitching of the footage, grading, Rotoscope and Paint, in mono as well as stereo!