This work is an exploration for the integration of data available on the visual post-production pipeline for the development of procedural sound design and composition techniques, by implementing different methods to allow access of different file formats for scene and shot reconstruction. The main purpose in an audiovisual creation context is to investigate stronger and inmost image-sound cognitive perceptions and relationships generated by data usage and analysis; also, reducing automation time by directly linking data to parameters for developing a creative editing, mixing, design, and compositional workflow based on a shot by shot manipulation.
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