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Glassbox Technologies Launches Virtual Camera Dragonfly 3.1

Virtual Production Software leader Glassbox Technologies has released DragonFly 3.1, an upgrade to its professional, cross-platform virtual camera solution. With support for Unreal Engine 5.1, Maya 2022 and 2023, DragonFly 3.1 delivers significant time savings and increased productivity thanks to: upgrades to the lens simulation system and lens profile workflow, level-aware Snapshots, improvements to the blueprint and camera controls, and recording pre-roll functions, as well as a DragonFly UI makeover to deliver an enhanced user experience. The new DragonFly 3.1 is packed with new features that take camera simulation to the next level, streamline the creative workflow, and accelerate the virtual production pipeline for indie creators and studios alike, all with ease and reliability. The new version is available to try and download for existing and new users as a free 30-day trial from the Glassbox website (www.GlassboxTech.com)

“Virtual production can be a very resource intensive, technical process, which was one of the biggest issues preventing its widespread adoption,” said Norman Wang, CEO of Glassbox Technologies. “Our aim with DragonFly 3.1 was to upgrade and simplify as many time-consuming tasks as possible and ensure a more creative true-to-life camera experience, that makes it easier than ever for both creative and technology teams to get to the final shot, fast.”

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