The just announced single solution turnkey virtual production platform integrates creative and collaborative software tools and hardware for increased efficiency; the platform is now available and rolls out globally Q4 2023.
Puget Systems is teaming with Vu as exclusive media server provider for its newly launched turnkey virtual production platform, Vu One, an integrated set of creative and collaborative software tools and hardware for virtual productions all wrapped up in a single solution.
Vu One promises increased efficiency and affordability of virtual production workflows for production studios, filmmakers, ad agencies, corporate marketing departments, and content creators across skill levels. The system combines a scalable LED volume, PTZ camera, audio system, and a Puget Systems media server with virtual production software applications such as virtual environment generation, project management, remote collaboration, access to libraries of pre-built virtual environments, full studio recording capabilities, all of which leverage a Generative AI Orchestrator throughout the platform.
Vu One will be globally available in Q4 of 2023 – additional information is available here.
Designed with AMD Threadripper PRO processors, Puget Systems virtual production media server systems for Vu One will offer multiple cores for fast light baking and shader compiling. NVIDIA’s RTX A-series graphics cards offer high 3D performance and plenty of VRAM. Dual GPUs are supported, along with optional NVLink and Quadro Sync add-ons.
Key specs include (configuration designed for Vu One):
- AMD Threadripper PRO WRX80 EATX
- Motherboard: Asus Pro WS WRX80E-SAGE SE WIFI (AMD WRX80 EATX)
- CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975 WX 3.6GHz (Up To 4.5GHz Turbo) 32 Core 280W
- RAM: 256GB DDR4-3200 REG ECC (8x32GB)
- Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 24GB Open Air
- Hard Drive: Samsung 870 EVO 2TB SATA3 2.5 Inch SSD
Puget Systems recently completed its “Puget Labs Recommended Systems for Virtual Production Report,” with key data to help discern the optimal hardware configurations required for complex, real-time, processing-intensive virtual production environments. Read it here.
Source: Puget Systems