In recent years, virtual production has seen its largest growth in popularity in the film industry. The demand for faster and cheaper productions, the continuous innovations in hardware and real-time rendering, the globalization of virtual and augmented reality and the most recent need for remote collaboration are all driving factors for its consolidation in the film production lifecycle. Although the benefits of a virtual production approach have an impact on many departments, the compositing and visual effects department is one of the most affected.
This paper explores the evolution of compositing technologies and describes why virtual production is a natural fit. We also explore how compositing workflows today are being influenced by virtual production and discuss the prospects of compositing techniques.
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