In this tutorial, we go through the basic steps to get going inside of Syntheyes. We will 3d motion track our footage, bring it into C4D, add a cube, then composite all the multi pass layers in After Effects. Facebook– Twittter– Website
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In this intense 3D Tracking Tutorial I take you through syntheyes powerful Camera Tracking features.
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Stabilization is essential for safely viewing 360VR footage from moving cameras. This introductory tutorial shows the stabilization of a 360VR sequence from an ultra-light aircraft (courtesy 360Rize), and the export of that stabilization to After Effects. This demo was presented at the 2017 NAB Show.
Charles Yeager shows how to stabilise 360° footage using SythEyes with SkyBox Studio V2. SynthEyes is a dedicated tracking software, and the data that is generated can be exported and used with SkyBox Studio V2. If you are doing complex stabilisation, the results are very good.
3D Motion Tracking For More VFX training check here Part 1 of a series of several tutorials on how to do visual effects seen in Oscar Nominated VFX films. More tutorials coming soon. This video goes over the basics of 3d motion tracking before adding materials in After Effects. This example taken from the Ipad […]
PFTrack Tutorial – 3D Object Tracking Tutorial – In this tutorial I explain how to do 3d object tracking in PFTrack 2014. 3d object tracking is one of the most important and most useful effects to do in the VFX industry! Using 3d object tracking you can replace objects within your scene. You can also […]
In this Tutorial we will see how to track a face in pftrack using 3d face model. This tutorial also shows an application of object tracking. Further we will export the tracking data in Autodesk Maya and make a stunning effect. Do like the video and SUBSCRIBE the channel. Follow me on Instagram Also Follow […]
In this tutorial I show you how to use the best 3d camera tracking software, PFTrack, from The Pixel Farm. Remember to subscribe to be notified of new weekly tutorials Please leave comments below if you have any questions regarding PFTrack! Thanks for watching – please LIKE / SHARE / SUBSCRIBE Come say hi on […]
Tutorial on matchmoving with nuke’s cameratracker, exporting to maya, inserting animated dinosau, rendring in maya, and then comping it in nuke. The imagesequence is from some age-old maya-live training material. The dinosaur is by Harry Gladwin-Geoghegan (downloaded through Highend3d/creativecrash)
This video demonstrates the import process for matchmoving data as well as how to setup background images in the viewport for rotoscoping in Houdini 10. This process works with PFTrack, PFHoe, Syntheyes and any matchmoving software that exports a Houdini cmd file. There’s an error at 2:10 where I say “attribute” but really mean “parameter.”