Film Industry

Unreal Engine trainings for the film industry

For a perfect start into the possibilities of high-quality real-time visualization for the film industry, we recommend the following course schedule:

The basic introduction is always the one-day course "Introduction to the Unreal Engine". Afterwards we recommend attending the course "Unreal Engine: Sequencer Basics", where you learn the basics of the animation and rendering tools of the Unreal Engine. With this course you have a good basis for the course "Unreal Engine: Virtual Production Basics", in which you learn about the workflows of content creation and the handling of nDisplay for Virtual Production.

Participant's comments

I have rarely been so motivated to sit down at my PC and put my new knowledge into practice as after this workshop.

Goetz O., Architekturbuero Winkler

Amazing training, which despite the extensive schedule will soon deal with many realistic issues/questions and inspires enthusiasm for the software.

Carmen G., EDEKA Grundstuecksgesellschaft

The training was very extensive, and the topics dealt with were very well covered. Questions and wishes were answered. The support and organization was perfect and super friendly. I felt very comfortable and would be happy to come back if necessary.

Petra F., Montag Architekten

Balanced ratio of theory and practical training, therefore entertaining and entertaining despite high information content.

Uwe S., iproplan Planungsungsgesellschaft

This is my second training session here and I'll be back for sure.

Roman K., Buschner Architekten

Very pleasant training center with excellent equipment and extremely friendly trainers and staff. The course and the INCAS center were so great that we will definitely attend more courses at INCAS!

Beate H., bmh architekten

Use of the Unreal Engine in the film industry

From high-quality previews and virtual production to visual effects in the camera image that make the whole post-production process unnecessary, Unreal Engine marks a new era in storytelling. Whether you're working on episodic animation, live-action blockbusters or short films, real-time workflows are radically revolutionizing established pipelines and enabling new creative control.

Whether you're a director, producer, cinematographer, set designer, VFX artist, or any other aspect of film and television production, you can benefit from introducing Unreal Engine into your production processes.

With real-time rendering that allows creative professionals to get immediate feedback on their work and make changes on the fly, producing film is no longer a puzzle. In the Unreal Engine collaborative creative development environment, your entire team can visually share ideas, quickly iterate and make decisions with confidence.

Unreal Engine has been at the forefront of virtual production since the first workflows emerged; today, virtual production can positively impact every aspect of the production pipeline.