No. Digital animation uses more resources, in fact, than simply filming live actors. It also requires more manhours to digitally render a scene than it would take an actor to act it out.
I think it depends. If you are transporting, feeding, housing and providing costumes for several actors – then digital animation could probably use less resources, If you have 7 developers doing the animation on 7 computer systems for a week that will definitely have an energy cost. But if you have 7 actors who are shooting in L.A. for 3 days, then in the Sahara for 4 days (the same 7 days) then your costs have gone up exponentially in terms of fuel and food for example. as well as you will still have the energy cost of someone doing the digital editing on the back end.
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