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How was Baahubali 2 protected from leakage

A couple of years ago, when the 12-minute footage of Baahubali -The Beginning was leaked, the makers and fans were utterly disappointed.

Published: 21st April 2017 11:05 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd April 2017 09:40 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

A couple of years ago, when the 12-minute footage of Baahubali -The Beginning was leaked, the makers and fans were utterly disappointed.

Learning lessons from the previous experiences, the makers have taken the necessary precautions to avoid the leakage jeopardise for the film’s sequel, Baahubali -The Conclusion. Around 1,000 technicians were working tirelessly at 36 VFX studios to protect their project

The sequel’s VFX supervisor Kamal Kannan revealed how Baahubali’s footage was safeguarded in a press conference recently.

Kamal also revealed that the main server for database storage of Baahubali’s footages and rendered clips was located in Germany and that all the technicians had to use a login ID and password to access the these clips directly from the server.

This exercise also lets the makers know which technician is accessing what video clip, thereby reassuring safety of the footage.  The movie is all set to release in all the languages across the world on April 28.

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