How to make virtual scenes by TVS-2000A

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Sam Huang
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introduction:

Secretary of Taiwan Multimedia Creative Teaching (TMCT) Association and Director of Taiwan Microlecture Association has been audio and video professional for 20 years. Sam is a master in scriptwriting, videography, live video production, non-linear editing, and live video streaming. As a Secretary and Director of two Associations, an educational NGO, Sam has a strong passion for media education. He has many years of teaching experience in the college of communication as a professional lecturer.

Skills: Scriptwriting, videography, live video production, non-linear editing, and live video streaming.

Experience: Many years of teaching experience in the college of communication as a professional lecturer.

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About the course

This course starts from scratch, starting from opening the main interface of TVS-2000A, step by step allows you to build a virtual scene that meets your needs.

  • Introduce each function of Virtualset Studio Editor in detail.
  • How to use the basic scenes and objects in the Virtualset Wizard environment.
  • The transformation of scene objects.
  • The frame settings of the virtual camera.
  • How to import still pictures and movie material into the scene.
  • Learn to build everything about virtual scenes in 15 steps.

After this course, you will be a TVS-2000A scene production expert!

What you will learn

After this course, you will learn how to use the built-in Virtualset Studio Editor and Virtualset Wizard of TVS-2000A to create the required virtual scenes, and have the necessary knowledge of the actors' performance.

Background knowledge, skills and tools needed for this course

It is best to have a sense of 3D space.

Who is suitable for this course

Film practitioners and those who are interested in virtual studio work.

Standard to pass this course

  • Course completion 100%
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