What is another word for visual effects?

Pronunciation: [vˈɪʒuːə͡l ɪfˈɛkts] (IPA)

The term "visual effects" refers to the creation of special effects or illusions in film and other media. Synonyms for visual effects include special effects, CGI (computer-generated imagery), practical effects, VFX, motion graphics, compositing, animation, and post-production. These terms describe the various techniques used by filmmakers to create a visually stunning experience for their audiences. Visual effects are often used to enhance action sequences, create realistic environments or creatures, and add a sense of fantasy or otherworldliness to a film. Whatever the synonym used, the goal of visual effects is to create a memorable and impressive visual experience for the viewer.

What are the hypernyms for Visual effects?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Visual effects

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    Colin Wilson

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