Hollywood Works from Home

Remote Control 2: The Virtual Production Conference Live on March 18, 2021. After months of re-imagining, rebuilding and troubleshooting, new concepts around remote production and collaboration have taken shape. We’ve asked several industry leaders to give you their insights and lessons learned, in short and sweet presentations. In this episode, we hear from Rob Legato on his home set-up for filmmaking, as well as cloud experts Clifton Robin from HP ZCentral and Jon Walkenhorst of Evercast. Thank you to our sponsors @HP, @NVIDIA, Meetmo.io, Computer Graphics World and @NAB Show.

0:00 Welcome to Remote Control 2
1:00 Thank you to sponsors and partners
1:53 Today’s line-up of presenters
2:57 ‘In The Heights’ trailer
5:36 “Connecting Creative And Crew: Hollywood Works From Home”
7:05 How’s the past year been?
8:43 What has the pandemic forced upon us?
11:41 Rob’s home set-up
13:10 Virtual demonstration in Unreal Engine
15:20 What are some case studies?
19:33 In the virtual environment
23:25 How many people can collaborate?
25:08 Photo-real virtual production
27:00 What’s the environmental impact of this?
29:10 A look at the future
32:18 Are the traditional roles disappearing?
34:55 Decisions made on set
37:51 What’s the future of movie theaters?
40:47 Will the industry continue to release in theaters?
42:22 Poll question
43:15 ‘The Falcon and the Winter Solider’ trailer
45:48 “Live Demo: Remote Working and Collaboration for Creatives with HP ZCentral”
47:22 The current normal & solutions
57:27 Live demo
1:07:00 Q&A with Clifton Robin, Barbara Marshall & Brett Harrison
1:16:24 Poll results
1:17:32 ‘Thunderforce’ trailer
1:20:10 “Cloud Collaboration: Going from Zero to Full Cloud Native and the Significance for Content Creators”
1:27:20 About Evercast
1:33:38 HP ZCentral Remote Boost and Evercast
1:36:04 Q&A with Jon Walkenhorst

1:40:09 Thank you!

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