Virtual Sets

U-Studio unlocks infinite possibilities for video producers to create sophisticated virtual live programs.

Create Scenes Beyond Real

U-Studio’s virtual set is famous for its infinite scene choice and realistic real-time rendering. U-Studio provides up to 400 preset scenes of different categories, and supports importing scenes from mainstream 3D software, such as 3Ds Max. Built upon our advanced, proprietary rendering engine, U-Studio is capable of reconstructing reflection, water waves, and animated objects that reflect the reality. In Addition, Uni-Leader's design team offers tailor service to help create top-tier scenes on your demand.

A.I. Powered Color Keying

U-Studio supports A.I. powered color key calibration to help you achieve the best keying result. With U-Studio's proprietary keying algorithm, U-Studio's color key produces a smooth transition between the foreground and the background. It can also intelligently preserve shadow, smoke, hair, and transparent objects. With only one click, the host of your program will seamlessly blend into the immersive virtual environment.

Real-Time Waveform Monitor

U-Studio's embedded professional real-time waveform monitor eliminates the cost of purchasing an external waveform monitoring device. The waveform monitor helps analyze subtle information that is undetectable by the eyes. Its accurate color and brightness waveform graphs meet the demand for professional video making. Additionally, U-Studio also utilizes the information provided by the waveform monitor to intelligently optimize its color keying.

Multiple Cameras, Multiple Tracks

Like real cameras, the virtual cameras support detailed configurations of position, anchor point, zoom, and field of view. It offers up to eight tracks for keyframes, and can divide each track to four even steps during camera transition, which combine to enable switching among up to 32 virtual camera positions!



An additional accessory, U-Track, can capture the pan, tilt, and zoom of the physical camera in real-time, allowing the cameraman to adjust camera angles through the physical camera.