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Learn virtual production and animation with Unreal Engine

December 23, 2020
Here at Epic Games, we are always looking to expand our course offerings and help you advance your own work with Unreal Engine. Whether it’s animation, VR, Twinmotion, or virtual production, we have new courses to help you produce great content.

Your First Hour with Animation

In this course, you’ll get an introduction to the basic systems and tools used to create animation in Unreal Engine, starting with a look at Skeletal Meshes and the Animation Blueprint.

Getting started in VR with Unreal Engine

Learn how to create a virtual reality game, starting with a flexible template you can use for all your VR projects.

Using Enumerations in Blueprints

In this course, you’ll learn how to assign names to numbers in the Blueprint visual scripting system, from the basics to complex real-world applications.

Mastering Twinmotion 2020

This course explores the key features of Twinmotion 2020.2 and provides tips and tricks for getting the most out of the software. 

Virtual Production Primer

And last (but certainly not least!) is our new primer to kick-start your journey with modern virtual production pipelines in Unreal Engine. This course cuts a wide swath, showing you how to work with the Unreal Editor, projects, file structures, and more. Learn the basics of producing content in real time and gain a better understanding of key aspects of performance and design consideration. After this course, you’ll be in a great position to explore more advanced topics for your chosen focus.

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