Category: 3D Tracking

PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM SCORE AND MOTION

mocha v3 is Shipping

mocha v3 has undergone extensive beta testing among Imagineer’s community of post production and VFX professionals and they are weighing in on the milestones in this newest version. Ben Brownlee of Curious Turtle (www.curiousturtle.com) is a long-time mocha Pro user, and is a respected visual effects professor with fxphd.com. “From a user’s point of view,…
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Sunday, 22 April 2012 0

Imagineer mokey, monet, mocha, motor or mocha-AE tutorial contest

imagineer systems is sponsoring a video screen recording tutorial contest. Participants may submit a video screen recording of any of Imagineer Systems products and the winning participant will receive a full suite of all of Imagineer’s programs! User must have the rights to use the content of the footage they are using. Video can feature…
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Friday, 1 August 2008 1

Rotoscoping in Nuke, Combustion and AE

Aaron Zander compares rotoscoping in 3 different applications (Nuke, Combustion and AE). You can download (( – 232 megs- Duration 47:30)) Aaron Zander’s Nuke, Combustion and AE roto Video Tutorial on Aaron Zanders web site “Z-Effects Blog“


Thursday, 31 July 2008 1

(new) imagineer systems mocha-AE tutorial released

A new imagineer systems mocha / mocha-AE video tutorial covers advanced techniques: Adjust track module Obscured track objects Offscreen tracking Import workflow to After Effects imagineer systems mocha is a stand alone 2D tracking tool packed with features that make the effects compositors life easier. imagineer system mocha-AE is custom designed and priced for the…
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Thursday, 22 May 2008 0

Introduction to Camera Tracking by Rhythm & Hues (updated)

Rhythm & Hues did release a small introduction about camera tracking (using Maya live): The movies are on Rhythm & Hues web site Introduction to camera tracking (1.2 MB) Example to show the need for camera tracking (14.6 MB) Maya live setup (7.3 MB) Initial alignment of the camera (6.0 MB) Fine tuning the alignment…
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Friday, 1 February 2008 0