Uncover how these broadcast animation studios are using Unity to evolve their pipelines from traditional waterfall workflows to real-time. Go behind the scenes with the creators behind Dead Pixels, Treasure Trekkers, and Hero Dad to learn how one studio saved 30-40% compared to the cost of a regular pipeline and how studios benefit from Unity’s Cinemachine, Timeline, and High Definition Render Pipeline (HDRP) when developing episodic animations.
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You can create the soundscape using audio libraries, create sounds from scratch, or record real-world sounds to use. This session covers how you can use both audio sources and spatial audio.
This session offers an overview of the virtual production process and the technologies required to take advantage of this production model.
20 industry experts share the trends they see shaping the M&E industry in 2021.
Post-processing helps define the mood of a film through its color palette. This session shows you how to set up and create post-processing profiles and the difference between local and global profiles
Creators of film, TV, and animation – you need specialized tools to tell your stories. Sequences is a new workflow tool to keep your movie’s editorial content organized, collaborative, and flexible.
This session covers Unity’s VFX Graph. Learn how to author configurable, reusable next-generation effects, simple or complex, without having to write any code.
Learn how the High Definition Render Pipeline (HDRP) can help you achieve beautiful real-time lighting solutions in Unity, and get concrete advice and tips that you can bring to your own projects.
Our e-book explores common misconceptions around using real-time animation.
The cinematographer uses color, light and shadow to determine a film’s visual mood. This session explores different types of light and their specific use cases.
Find out how a creative agency used Unity to land an ad campaign for Nike and produce four heart-pumping video spots featuring animated, video game-style versions of top athletes in just one month.
Created using Unity, WiNDUP showcases what is possible to create with real-time animation in a touching story about the fragile nature of life, love, and what it means to never give up.
What’s it like to plan a concert for a star known for world-record audiences? And what if it takes place on New Year’s Eve during a pandemic? See how 75 million people enjoyed Jean-Michel Jarre in VR.
Learn about Cinemachine. Experiment with dollies, tracking, camera shake and post-FX in real-time.
Known as an immersive innovation studio, Sugar Creative serves clients with not only creative services but also by developing the back-end solutions for multimedia storytelling and brand engagement.
To bring the virtual world of Dead Pixels to life, its producers, Various Artists Ltd., chose Keyframe Studios for their proven expertise creating both linear and interactive content.
After receiving a creative brief with a tough deadline for 4 Nike Avatar shoe videos, IV Studio created, revised, and delivered final content for the global brand in just weeks.