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Motion Tracking/Match Moving (86 Tutorials)

CoreMelt TrackX for FCPX – Adding Steam, Sparkles or Flares to tracked motion inside FCP X

CoreMelt TrackX for FCPX – Adding Steam, Sparkles or Flares to tracked motion inside FCP X

February 4, 2014

Adding Steam, Sparkles or Flares to tracked motion inside FCP X – CoreMelt TrackX powered by Mocha is a powerful tool to enable FCP X editors to easily track and insert graphics and layers. Just draw a shape around the object you want to track and the Academy Award winning Mocha tracking engine will lock on and allow you to track text, do screen replacements, replace signs and more.

In this tutorial we show you how to add steam to a moving coffee cup, add sparkles to a magic wand and track flares to a moving eye.

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Track and Replace a Mobile Phone Screen in mocha!

Track and Replace a Mobile Phone Screen in mocha!

February 4, 2014

Imagineer has a new tutorial up that covers tracking an iPhone screen. Mary Poplin gives detailed instructions on the process both in video form and in words, so you can go at your own pace.

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Simulate a Basic Dilating Iris in Adobe After Effects

Simulate a Basic Dilating Iris in Adobe After Effects

August 12, 2013

Post by Joshua Lester at AEtuts+: “This Quick Tip will show how to manipulate footage of an eye to create the illusion that the Iris or Pupil is dilating. Using the Bulge Effect and simple motion tracking, the final product is quick and demonstrates how to use these simple tools.”

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mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 2

mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 2

July 8, 2013

Imagineer Product Manager, Martin Brennand created this 2 part series demonstrating how mocha Pro's 3D Camera Solve can be used to for 3D tracking to compliment the Nuke workflow.

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mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 1

mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 1

July 8, 2013

Imagineer Product Manager, Martin Brennand created this 2 part series demonstrating how mocha Pro's 3D Camera Solve can be used to for 3D tracking to compliment the Nuke workflow.

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Studying 3D Camera Tracker – After Effects CS6

Studying 3D Camera Tracker – After Effects CS6

June 3, 2013

Tutorial by Maltaanon. This is a follow-up to the introduction to 3D Camera Tracker tutorial by Maltaanon. Learn the do's and don't's of the match-moving process in After Effects CS6.

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After Effects CS6 3D Camera Tracker

After Effects CS6 3D Camera Tracker

May 29, 2012

An overview/tutorial of the new 3D camera tracker in Adobe After Effects CS6 by Matt's Macintosh channel on YouTube. Good stuff.

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Fantastic Facial Motion Capture in After Effects

Fantastic Facial Motion Capture in After Effects

May 14, 2012

Post by Matthew Perks/ AEtuts+. Use puppet pins tracked to motion data from dots on a face to animate a face or other objects in your scene.

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Imagineer mocha v3 Camera Solving for Moving Objects + Tracking Difficult Shots with mocha Pro

Imagineer mocha v3 Camera Solving for Moving Objects + Tracking Difficult Shots with mocha Pro

May 14, 2012

Product Manager Martin Brennand takes you through how to use the camera solver to get the 3D data of a moving planar object. Also covers unlink tracking, 3D export to After Effects and attaching 3D particles from Trapcode Particular.

With a camera solve you are normally solving from static areas in the scene (Walls, floors, rocks, etc), but when you want to capture anything moving, a little extra work is needed.

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“Dominoes” CameraTracker and Cinema 4d Tutorial – Part 1 & 2

“Dominoes” CameraTracker and Cinema 4d Tutorial – Part 1 & 2

January 11, 2012

Learn about using the Foundry Camera Tracker with Maxon Cinema 4D. Tutorial by AETuts+by Alexander Lehnert.

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Color grading and finishing in Premiere Pro CS5.5

Color grading and finishing in Premiere Pro CS5.5

September 19, 2011

Speed up your color grading and finishing! This video tutorial teaches how to do primary, secondary and some pretty advanced color correction in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5. You’ll learn how to create masks for color correction inside of Premiere Pro, and to tweak parts of the image without affecting others. You’ll learn how to use Jarle’s Grading Tools (a collection of useful presets) to speed up your own color grading workflow.

Also covered are some common finishing techniques like how to fix moiré, blown-out highlights, blue sky fix, sharpening, letterboxing, noise reduction, stabilizing and scaling/crop.

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