Mo-Sys to Introduce a Near-Time Virtual Production Workflow at HPA Tech Retreat 2021
15 – 24 March 2021
Mo-Sys Engineering is proud to be a gold sponsor of the inaugural 2021 virtual HPA Tech Retreat (15 – 24 March) and is looking forward to being part of this year’s HPA sessions, hosting a thought leadership presentation on near-time virtual production workflow.
“The HPA Tech Retreat is widely recognized as a prestigious occasion and a great opportunity for the most innovative professionals in the industry to come together and have open and collaborative conversations,” said Michael Geissler, CEO of Mo-Sys. “We’re very excited to be taking such a prominent role in this event, especially at a time of rapid changes and turmoil when we’re seeing an increase in creative solutions.”
Today virtual production (VP) workflows are clearly split into two camps: real-time (on set finishing, final pixel, in camera VFX) and non-real-time (on set previz followed by post-production compositing). Real-time workflows force a graphics quality threshold in order to maintain real-time playback frame rates, which works well for most scenarios, but not so well when fine detail is involved. Non-real-time workflows provide an increase in graphics quality, but at the expense of significant increases in time and cost. Mo-Sys will be presenting a new dual pipeline virtual production workflow, one that combines a real-time onset VP workflow with a near-time VP workflow running in parallel, and will be explaining how it delivers higher quality graphics without the delay or cost of using a traditional post-production workflow.
Additionally, Mo-Sys will be leading breakfast and lunch roundtable sessions on ways to automate virtual production to increase graphics quality, and how to get enhanced resolution on LED walls without heavy hardware investments, and is joining with AWS to discuss virtual production in the cloud.
Full information on the event can be found here.