intensiKey LLC Releases the World’s First 3D Post-Production Virtual Set System to Launch at 2012 NAB Show

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intensiKey 1.2 is the first full public release of the revolutionary green screen chroma key post production virtual set software

The UI for doing camera motion virtual sets

intensiKey interface

intensiKey will revolutionize the way virtual set post production is done.

The world’s first fully 3D post-production virtual set system, intensiKey, is set to launch at the 2012 NAB Show in Las Vegas this April. intensiKey was developed by Eric Pratt, the entrepreneur who brought the industry Virtualsetworks, the leading provider of virtual set studios offering an extensive library of pre-existing sets and custom-designed virtual sets.

“I developed intensiKey to fulfill user demand for better functionality when integrating green screen talent into a virtual set during the post-production process,” said Eric Pratt, CEO of Virtualsetworks and intensiKey. “I’m incredibly excited to bring these game-changing capabilities to my customers and enable even an average user access to this high-quality, easy-to-use virtual set system.”

intensiKey will allow users will be able to chroma key their footage into a true 3D virtual set, with integrated camera moves. The product is currently in beta version, and Mr. Pratt will be demonstrating the new, public version at the 2012 NAB Show next month.

On April 19, 2012, customers can purchase the public version of intensiKey at

About intensiKey
intensiKey is the world’s first fully 3D post-production virtual set system. intensiKey expands user capabilities, improving functionality and creating realistic talent integration in a simple, easy-to-use format. With intensiKey, for the first time users can chroma key their footage into a true 3D virtual set with integrated camera moves during post-production. intensiKey merges into a user’s existing workflow to create true 3D virtual set animations from green screen footage, without the hassle, complexity and expense of complicated 2D or 3D compositing programs. For more information, visit

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