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July 9, 2020, 04:03 PM
Monogram's Modular Tactile Tools Bring a Familiar Touch to Virtual Production for Filmmakers and Studios Using Unreal Engine#filmmaking#lighting#real time#control surface#virtual production#epic games#unreal engine#virtual camera#lighting control#previs
August 1, 2014, 03:02 PM
Here's a new video from Gyro (tweeted by @sundsvein) featuring an edit on a Mac Pro using 64 layers of video - each of which was at least HD resolution. One 14 second sequence had 2,400+ 1080p clips. The reason we went for Final Cut Pro X as our main (and only) software is because it was bar far the only software that could handle 64+ layers with relative ease, and the way it works with the hardware is crazy Shows that Final Cut Pro X in combination with a Mac Pro can do real-time ...#fcpx#real time
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