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Creating cinematic shot in Unreal Engine

YT 2023-02-03 08:59 tutorial  > Unreal Engine  > rendering

In this video, William Faucher showcases his workflow for creating three cinematic shots in Unreal Engine.

From photogrammetry / 3D Scanning an old, reliable axe, texturing it, and bringing it into Unreal Engine 5 to create a believable forest environment. You will see worldbuilding process, lighting, rendering, and color grading in Davinci Resolve.



There are several critical processes involved in creating a cinematic shot in Unreal Engine 5. Making a precise and accurate 3D scene that acts as the shot's backdrop is the first step. A variety of technologies and methods can be used to do this, including photogrammetry, which entails taking pictures of actual items and landscapes in order to turn them into 3D models.

Lighting needs to be added to the scene after the 3D environment is finished. A variety of methods can be used for this, including more sophisticated ones like global illumination and real-time ray tracing as well as more conventional ones like point lights, spot lights, and area lights.

The shot will then have some camera movement added. Various methods can be used to do this, including more sophisticated methods like virtual cameras and motion graphics, as well as more conventional methods like dolly shots, crane shots, and Steadicam shots.

The shot's visual components and special effects are added as the last phase. Particle effects, smoke, fire, explosions, as well as more sophisticated methods like fluid simulation and fabric simulation, can all be used to accomplish this.



Author: YT Editor: Michał Franczak
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