This style reduces the number of frames and movements per second, making the animation simpler and more cost-effective. It was popular in TV animation during the mid-20th century.
Motion graphics use text, shapes, and graphical elements to create animations that convey information, often seen in title sequences, infographics, and advertisements.
Rotoscoping involves tracing over live-action footage frame by frame to create realistic movement. It combines live-action and animation elements and has been used in various films and music videos.
Vector graphics are used to create animations where images are defined by mathematical equations rather than individual pixels. This allows for scalability and smooth movement.