Virtual production can seem overly complicated and intimidating at first glance. But just like anything else, with the correct preparation, it can be as simple as riding a bike. In the following articles on Preparation of the Production Environment (Phase I), we walk you through all the right questions - and in the right order these questions - that should be asked in preparation. Along this part of the journey we also introduce you to many of the essential tools and what's worth knowing about them, so when facing the question, you'll know your answer to them.
In Different Studios for Virtual Production you can read about all the physical tools you'll need in your studio. We also introduce you to some of the virtual production solutions that directly determine what kind of tools you will need or not.
In Which Aximmetry Version is Right for You? we introduce you to the licenses we offer, the differences between the versions of our software, as well as their system requirements to be able to use them smoothly on your computer.
In Supported Hardware you can find information about all the hardware and software that Aximmetry supports, so you can easily figure out the answer to all your compatibility-related questions.
In Starting with Aximmetry we walk you through your first steps with Aximmetry and you can read about different production types' workflow.
In Setting up Inputs \ Outputs for Virtual Production you can read about how to set up all the tools that you require for your virtual production so that you'll be ready to create.
In Tracking you can read about what tracking devices there are, how you can set them up, and how you can calibrate them to be used for Virtual Production.
In Obtaining Graphics and Virtual Assets you can learn about where to buy, how to import, and how to create graphics and virtual assets.
In Green Screen Production you can read all about the main types of Green Screen Production as well as a complete walkthrough of their workflow to get you prepared for your production.
In LED Wall Production you can learn how to prepare your LED studio setup for production.
In AR Production you can learn how to add AR elements to your existing production to bring it to the next level.
In Multi-Machine Environment you can learn about how to use the combined performance of several computers to be able to realize even your most hardware-stressing productions.
In Scripting in Aximmetry you can get a deeper understanding of the possibilities with Aximmetry by learning how to build new functions and complex compounds using Aximmetry's node-based editor, the Flow Editor.
In Inner Workings of Aximmetry you can gain a deeper understanding of how Aximmetry works that can help you perfect your use of it.