Virtual production is a rapidly growing trend in filmmaking and visual effects. It enables directors to eliminate the need for practical effects or locations with synthetic alternatives, while still delivering the life-like production values demanded by increasingly demanding viewers. The realism virtual production cinematography provides is truly stunning. However, requirements like extremely complex lighting, incredibly detailed geometries, and lifelike textures demand more than consumer graphics boards can provide. Virtual production cinematography requires powerful professional-grade graphics boards such as the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000, which is specifically designed to produce the most realistic scenes with stunning cinematic quality across the most demanding use cases found in the media and entertainment industry today.
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Welcome to Mitch’s Video Round up! This is the first in a series of Video Round Ups produced by PNY’s resident videographer, Mitch Palmer. As a recent SIGGRAPH 2019, attendee, the largest show for Computer Graphics and animation, Mitch interviewed industry movers and shakers. Enjoy the results below: