LED Virtual Production

Zoom Webinar

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Virtual Production

Join us for a FREE 30-minute Zoom webinar about the exciting new technology of Virtual Production. As seen in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, we will explore how the combination of Unreal Engine, practical elements, LED walls and sophisticated camera tracking systems are transforming live action video production.

When: February 5th at 2pm ET, 1pm CT, 11am PT
Unprecedented creative control.

Unreal Engine’s live action/visual effects integration creates an incredibly powerful and flexible tool for creative storytellers. Capturing real-time visual effects in camera allows for unheard of on-set control of environments. Magic hour can last all day, walls can be repainted with a few clicks, and the weather is always perfect.

Unlimited locations, no company moves.

Virtual production gives teams access to locations and environments anywhere in the world (or out of this world!). All from the comforts of the soundstage. No crowd control, street closures or weather delays. Producers now have access to locations and environments that may not have been previously affordable or even possible. And with no moves, you can easily shoot multiple globe-spanning locations on the same day.

Please join us on February 5th for a closer look at this giant leap forward for creativity and the business of visual storytelling.

LED Virtual
Production Webinar

Hosted through Zoom


2pm ET, 1pm CT, 11am PT
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