This episode focuses on the Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) workflow used on set for the Marvel television series Wanda Vision. Join 2nd Unit DIT Dane Brehm for a look behind the scenes on this incredibly challenging tv show.
Join VFX Supervisor John Mangia and Chicken Bone FX CEO John Renzulli for a deep dive into the making of Netflix's hit series The Queen’s Gambit. In this episode, we talk about some of the prep work that went into making this show possible, as well as breaking down specific shots. Learn how it worked, what was planned and predicted ahead of time, and what challenges arose that needed to be figured out in post.
The Entertainment Technology Centre (ETC) at the University of Southern California has produced a short film as an accelerator project to test cutting edge virtual production & remote workflows, using a new methodology, "safety-vis," for laying out COVID safety protocols. With major stakeholders testing out their own key initiatives, including Warner Brothers, Universal Studios, Amazon, Microsoft, and others, this is a job that had the eyes of the major studios as well as the main virtual production companies paving the way in this new landscape. In the end, they will not only release a film, but a white paper to go along with it.
Join Kathryn Brillhart for a look into what goes into attempting to create live in-camera final VFX, using a smart stage with an LED wall.
Machine learning, visual analysis and object recognition are now being used to facilitate remastering old shows for streaming platforms like Netflix. Join us for a breakdown of how the re-creation of an old sitcom like Charmed happens.
Join Mike Urban from the Rebel Fleet as we talk about virtual video village & the current state of allowing remote collaboration in a post COVID19 world, as well as the use of Moxions Immediates for instant remote review of media shot on set!
Join Terminator: Dark Fate Assistant Editor Matt Carson & VFX Editor Jon Carr for a behind-the-scenes look at the novel technology and techniques – color flow, automating VFX editorial, groundbreaking Premier Pro workflows, and version management – that made this movie possible.
Join HPA’s Through the Frame for a conversation with Glenn Derry, one of the key technologists responsible for virtual production on Avatar, The Jungle Book, and many others. Glenn will walk us through an introduction to pre-vis and virtual production, and give us an idea of where they're headed.
Join VFX Editor Myles Robey, as he breaks down the post production process for creating the movie 1917, which was made to look like one shot. Single shot movies are a huge undertaking and have many complicated challenges, most of which you’d never even know happened. Myles breaks down the workflow that made this award winning feature film possible!