“As key figures in Bollywood production, we are excited to support Eros as they help to spearhead virtual production in India,” Epic Games's GM for South-East Asia and India, Quentin Staes-Pole, added.
“Eros is innovative by nature, and with Unreal Engine, we can bring in better cost efficiency for all our film and television projects across the globe.”
“We are extremely excited to collaborate with Epic Games to further popularise real-time production to India through Unreal Engine,” Eros Group's chief content officer Ridhima Lulla said in a mailed statement.
That will bring real-time rendering technology to movie sets and post-production, and help in delivering high-quality pre-visualisation, virtual production, and in-camera visual effects (VFX).
Bollywood studio Eros and Fortnite maker Epic Games are partnering to bring the latter's Unreal Engine to film production in India, the two companies have announced.