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mocha has always been very popular as a tracking tool, but with the rising interest in stereo 3D conversion, its rotoscoping capabilities have become a favorite player in that pipeline and sales have soared. In this course, Steve Wright covers the basics of operating mocha, as well as advanced tracking and rotoscoping techniques. The course also covers the mocha/Nuke stereo 3D production pipeline in detail.
This is Steve Wright for lynda.com, welcoming you to my mocha workshop. Rotoscoping is an essential skill for virtually all artists in visual effects today and this workshop will show you how to do it with mocha. Mocha is unusual because it's both a motion tracking program as well as a rotoscoping program created by Imagineer Systems. The built-in Planar Tracker allows you to track objects better than a Point Tracker. Then, this tracking data is linked to the rotoshapes to helps speed up the entire rotoscoping process.
Think of mocha's player tracker as a roto assist. In this course you'll learn not just how to operate mocha, but also advanced rotoscoping techniques that you can use with any roto package. The first lesson of the course is Basic Rototscoping. So you'll learn how to create, edit and keyframe rotoshapes with mocha. The second lesson introduces the Planar Tracker and shows you how to use it to assist in your roto work. The third lesson is Advanced Rotoscoping Technique where you'll learn the art of rotoscoping with key framing strategies, shape breakdowns, control point placement, inspection procedures, and how to export rotoshapes to other programs.
The fourth lesson is Advanced Tracking where you'll learn how to track difficult targets, adjust the Planar Tracker's internal settings, and how to export the tracking data to external programs. To begin, all you have to do is click on the next movie. Welcome aboard!
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