Motion Tracking/Match Moving (126 Tutorials)
February 16, 2016
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use MochaBlend C4D to turn a perspective track in mocha into an object solve in C4D. You’ll learn the best way to track a plane in mocha for MochaBlend’s Perspective-Solver, and how to identify some common problems when working with the solver.
February 16, 2016
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about creating 3D motion from a non-perspective track in mocha. We’ll be using MochaBlend C4D’s 2.5D solver to create the 3D motion. You’ll learn how to analyze the motion in your shot so you can both track it properly in mocha, and choose the correct solver in MochaBlend C4D.
February 11, 2016
This introductory tutorial will explain MochaBlend C4D‘s panel, and some general concepts about the workflow inside Cinema 4D. You will learn how the integrated camera-rig works, and how to import some tracking data from mocha and display it on the camera-rig.
January 26, 2016
Envato Market is offering a free 10 part tutorial on Adobe After Effects for beginners. Watch the introduction video here and follow the links to the full course. This is a great course for the user who is just starting to learn After Effects. This course comes complete with downloadable project files and an AE Cheat Sheet.
January 12, 2016
Product Manager Martin Brennand shows you how to track and replace an actor’s eyes when they accidentally look at the camera Using After Effects and mocha AE
November 17, 2015
Mikey Borup explains how to camera track 360 degree footage using After Effects, Skybox and 3D Element.
November 12, 2015
Film Riot has created a clever short film entitled U.F.Oh Yeah, Directed and written by Ryan Connolly and starring Josh Connolly, the film is about a U.F.O. enthusiast and conspiracy theorist who has an encounter with extraterrestrials that doesn’t go quite as one might expect. After the film, learn about how some of the effects were made. There are a whole series of videos here and they’re fantastic!!
November 12, 2015
Join Ben Brownlee of Curious Turtle as he gives some great advice on using Imagineer mocha with After Effects. Ben really knows his mocha.
November 10, 2015
We’ve compiled several Imagineer Systems mocha Pro tutorials in one blog to help make it easier for you to learn mocha, including roto painting, adjusting a track, how/when to manual track and more.
October 6, 2015
“I found a fun little technique to use the R16 or R17 Motion Tracker in a unique way to create some great handheld camera moves. In this tutorial I’ll show you how it’s done.” – Joren Kandel
September 29, 2015
How you can use mocha and mocha pro to help with the new face tracker tracking in After Effects 2015.
June 25, 2015
Take your Resolve grading work to the next level of finishing and vfx with BCC and mocha. Resolve Trainier and colorist Alex Van Hurkman shows us how to use Boris Continuum Complete (BCC) and mocha Pro together inside Resolve to create visual effects and some finishing. He even explains it in term us NLE editors can understand.
June 24, 2015
John Rofrano explains how to use BCC’s Match Move plug-in for OFX in Sony Vegas Pro to match text to movement on screen.
May 4, 2015
Inserting Blood Hits, Muzzle Flash and Wound Effects into a fight scene in FCP X using Coremelt TrackX powered by mocha. Plus free blood and muzzle flash elements from FXElements.
January 29, 2015
Adobe Creative Cloud has a tool called “Mask Tracker” the is found in both Premiere Pro CC 2014 and After Effects CC 2014, that can be used to easily create masks. After effects also has “mocha AE CC”, a dedicated planar tracker that is similar to Mask Tracker, but also allows keyframe control, and has advanced features for dealing with some of the more difficult masking or tracking situations.
Mary Poplin, from Imagineer Systems, shows you the similarities and differences between the “Mask Tracker” and the bundled “mocha AE CC.” Knowing which tool to use in which situation can help you save time and be more creative.