Get ready to master virtual production

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The revolution is here. Interactive entertainment is changing fundamentally thanks to the power, speed and reliability of technologies that make it possible to combine live action and graphics in real-time. Now you can create amazing cinematic visuals 'in camera' live on set. 

This streamlining of production not only means you can deliver high-quality finished content in real-time, it also reduces costs in the process. But when it comes to pushing the creative boundaries, what is the most effective way to manage this change? And what are the technologies that you need to power such a very different way of working?

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