Former NFL Quarterback Ryan Leaf Arrested For Alleged Domestic Battery ″[Long-term], the idea is that virtual production and physical production will merge in a way that you cannot tell them apart,” Williams said. While it can still be an expensive way to film, virtual production reduces air travel for shoots and enables directors to make subtle changes late into a film’s production, like the color of a character’s hair in an animated feature, according to Williams and VFX producer David Conley, who also works for Weta Digital. […] Virtual production is meant to aid in the creative process, not replace it, Weta Digital’s Williams said. […] He said virtual production is not going to work for every film, but it is a mistake to think that virtual production only belongs in blockbusters, and not art house features or television, too. […] Conley said one of the biggest next steps is to figure out how to make virtual production more portable and cost-effective for filmmakers.
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