With the LED walls providing the state-of-the-art in-camera visuals as well as the natural lighting and reflections onto props and actors, the end result is a great example where the need for any composite in post-production, usually required in a green screen pipeline, was completely eliminated.
In addition, When it comes down to scene-setting, virtual production depends on the computing environment. If the computing is on-point, the entire scene sitting process will be streamlined with a few minutes, depending on the complexity. On the other hand, scene-setting in traditional production demands the team to work on the shots and storyboards, the camera needs to be lined up, and the actors need to be blocked, making it a more complicated process.
With the use of real-time visual effects and cutting-edge VFX-led walls, artists and directors can adjust the parameters defining the environment or adjust the scene on set in real-time. It gives them a lot of freedom and flexibility in the virtual production set. Meanwhile, it is a huge cost and time saving for the whole production team to eliminate the troubles of traveling and post-production.