Ross Video introduces Voyager Trackless Studio for creating photorealistic environments in Unreal

Ross Video has launched its new Voyager Trackless Studio solution, a virtual graphics tool that uses Epic Games’ Unreal rendering engine to provide photorealistic environments.

“We are excited about the launch of Voyager Trackless Studio because it enables photorealistic environments in a single studio or simply using a green screen,” says Manesh Patel, manager of Product Management and Business Development, Virtual Graphics at Ross Video. “Plus, it’s an incredible entry point for those who have limited technical experience while setting up equipment to prepare for the future as they grow and expand.”

The tool supports workflows such as: specialized sports segments; enhanced weather broadcasts; election sets; on-budget news studios; mobile/OB production; corporate communications; and distance learning.

It offers a range of pre-designed sets that come pre-installed; an intuitive user interface designed specifically for trackless virtual scenarios; full support for a variety of formats, including HD/UHD/4K production, 12G and IP workflows, HDR and a wide color gamut; reduces virtual graphics complexity and simplifies processes and workflows; and enables full integration with the company’s other products.

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