Profiling Gaya Sutradara Berdasarkan Penempatan Posisi Kamera dengan Fuzzy Logic

Hartarto Junaedi, Mochamad Hariadi, I Ketut Eddy Purnama


Teknologi komputer telah banyak digunakan di tidak hanya untuk tujuan penelitian dan pendidikan saja tetapi juga di dunia hiburan. Salah satu hiburan berbasis komputer adalah permainan komputer dan animasi. Salah satu komponen pendukungnya adalah machinima. Machima adalah teknologi yang akan menempatkan sebuah komponen sinematik dalam dunia virtual. Salah satu komponen yang dapat dikontrol adalah penempatan posisi kamera. Seorang sutradara bisa dibedakan gaya penyutradaraannya, salah satunya berdasarkan penempatan posisi kamera. Dengan menerapkan suatu gaya penyutradaraan pada sebuah permainan atau animasi bisa mendapatkan suasana yang berbeda. Penelitian ini akan mencoba melakukan profiling terhadap gaya seorang sutradara berdasarkan kebiasaan penempatan posisi kamera. Pendekatan yang dilakukan berbasis logika fuzzy. Penelitian ini akan menggunakan 19 variabel input yang berasal dari hasil ektraksi data simulasi dan 5 variabel output untuk melakukan profiling terhadap dua buah gaya sutradara yang berbeda dengan pendekatan logika fuzzy. Akan dihasilkan diagram area dan histogram sehingga mempermudah pembacaan dalam membedakan gaya sutradara dan berhasil dibedakan berdasarkan modus hasil analisa terhadap diagram histogram.


Machinima; Fuzzy Logic; Gaya Sutradara; Profiling

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