Despite previous rumors insisting that the Apple TV+ show"Monarch: Legacy of Monsters" was secretly shot in spatial video for the Apple Vision Pro, its producers say no.
There were unlikely rumors that most or possibly all Apple TV+ shows were really shot in spatial video in preparation for Apple Vision Pro. Then the rumors settled down into an at least more feasible claim that "Monarch: Legacy of Monsters" was.
However, showrunners and executive producers Chris Black and Matt Fraction say it was not.
"Well it's just not true," said Black. "Yeah, no, that [rumor] has been out there, I'm not sure how that got started, it's been out on the internet on some of the websites."
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"This show was shot in 4K high def digital video and not designed to be viewed in 3D or upscaled to 3D," he continued. "It would be cool, I would love to see it on the Apple Vision Pro."
"I also don't know how you would [shoot or upscale to 3D]," added Fraction. "Boy, are you asking the wrong guys."
"Monarch: Legacy of Monsters" will begin streaming on Apple TV+ from Friday, November 17.