Capturing a production in virtual reality
Find out how to execute a successful VR production. Select the right camera system according to the type of content you want to produce and in which situation. We’ll outline the most important factors to consider when choosing or designing your own camera rig, such as selecting the right sensor size, picking the right lenses and installing the right set up. We cover the advantages and disadvantages of different resolutions and frame rates. This chapter also helps you determine the right audio system and explains how to manage your data.
The industry offers a wide range of cameras made specifically for virtual reality. Here we offer you some guidance on what’s out there, where you should pay attention too and how a traditional camera system can still play a role in this new market. We show you how to build a system of your own, to get the best results out of your production.
The differences for shooting VR may be subtle compared to traditional video, but there are there. We take you through some actual sets and what they taught us about setting up our camera’s, lighting and sound recording and making an impressive production for VR. Learn the different ways, the do’s and don’ts to approach your set.
Data on set
A VR production burns through data at the speed of light. Not only are you shooting in 4k or higher, your recording with at least six cameras at the same time. Learn how to manage your data and bring home the glory!