Rethinking how stories are told, a guide to getting started for the future of content creation with Virtual Production.
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Aided by game engines and VFX, moving backgrounds are created in full perspective regards to the camera position which updates in real time. Physical props and LED wall are used by the actor. This stems production which progresses from one photo-real environment to another without having the stage left. A virtual landscape is created by the simultaneous movement of camera and imagery. Final shots can be caught in camera, reducing the need for replacement of backgrounds in post-production. Thereby, reducing costs and saving on precious time.
Virtual Production is becoming an integral part of the VFX Pipeline by leveraging advances in computing and game engines. This cutting-edge technology gives rise to compelling photo-realism while locations from all over the world can be brought on stage through it.
Virtual Production allows to create environments which link with live-action. This in return, results in directors and filmmakers to make real time decisions and changes, where suitable, unlike traditional approaches.
A NEW ERA OF FILMMAKING
Now is the time to seize the opportunity to understand the advantages of virtual production models, as well as the necessary adaptations to established production workflows. Virtual Production Dojo’s certified training program offers the development of production skills with certified trainers.
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Virtual Production Dojo has laid an emphasis on the Ethnic and Indigenous communities to bring their stories to life. Reallusion certifications for iClone and Character Creator are set to upstage professional animation and Digital Human creation skills.
With the ongoing paradigm shift in the current times of the media and game industry, equip yourself with the virtual production techniques.
Now is the time to seize the opportunity to understand the advantages of virtual production models, as well as the necessary adaptations to established production workflows.