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Recorded Sessions from FMX2012: Virtual Production Track, supported by Autodesk

With the success of Avatar, virtual production exploded on the scene as a new, effective way to make movies in the digital age. Centered on the ability for filmmakers to interact with virtual worlds in real time, virtual production enables an iterative workflow that is blurring the boundaries between pre-production, production and post. Join our presenters as we study how virtual productions are crafted today, from World Building, to Previsualization, to the Virtual Production stage. The Virtual Production track at FMX 2012 is curated by a team from Autodesk, the 5D Institute, the Previsualization Society, the Virtual Production Committee, and Weta Digital.

Recorded Presentations


Virtual Production Track Presentations


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FMX2012 Virtual Production Opening Keynote FMX2012 Virtual Production Opening Panel FMX2012 Upside Down Worldbuilding for Independent Movies
FMX2012 Design for Virtual Production: Avatar, Tintin and beyond FMX2012 Upside Down Worldbuilding for Independent movies Q&A FMX2012 Virtual Production in Television
FMX2012 Virtual Production in Games FMX2012 Virtual Production of Real Steel FMX2012 Virtual Production of Hugo
FMX2012 Virtual Production Panel: Animation Converges with Live Action FMX2012 Virtual Production - System Engineering for Virtual Production FMX2012 Closing Panel: The Future of Virtual Production

Other Presentations


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FMX2012 Opening FMX2012 "Ra.One" - From Dream to Reel FMX2012 Cinema of the Future
FMX2012 Panel Frame Rates Cinema of the Future FMX2012 The Making of Arthur Christmas from Bristol to LA