> That lack of latitude is one of the reasons why many believed making a film with your smartphone was a complete joke
Who are those people who thought that? Amateurs? Because professionals in the industry would sure know that several award winning documentaries where shot in the 80s and 90s in video camcorders with worse latitude and image quality than a modern smartphone -- that also sold for $10,000 or more.
>Those moves are completely unrealistic.
Whereas the rest of the settings in a Hollywood action movie are realistic...
Men fight like this in action / martial arts movies ALL the time. But when it came to that in the video, they showed ...a boxing match.
>Maybe it's a stepping stone for the future, although it's not clear to me what the end benefit of digital humans really is in the end.
Making impossible productions possible?
> it's still just not that common a professional tool anymore.
Says who? The jokers at No Film School?
And the answer to this from 99 percent of the audience would be "no".
So another title could be "Can you tell which inconsequential detail you can bypass and still get decent results"?