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Imagineer Systems mocha is the Swiss army knife of the compositing and VFX world. Using its planar tracker, you can get great motion tracking data from very complex footage, even tracking through motion blur. The results can be used to drive lots of different effects, from match moving and image stabilization to corner pins for screen replacement or background enhancements. Learn to motion track your own footage with mocha, and use its rotoscoping tools to create complex masks and roto splines, in this course with Ben Brownlee. Ben also provides an upfront quick start guide for VFX designers that just need a quick refresher, and walks through Correct Lens Distortion and Camera Solver, advanced modules in mocha AE and mocha Pro. Regardless of your skill level, these tutorials will prepare you to confidently use mocha to solve different motion tracking challenges.
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Hello and welcome to Mocha Essential Training. My name's Ben Brownley from Curious Turtle, and over the next few hours, we're going to be looking at Mocha and seeing what it has to offer us. Now, in terms of motion tracking that we're going to use for doing corner pins and match moving. But also for shape creation and helping to create some quite complex roto spines and vert scope shapes really, really quickly.
If you're working with Mocha Pro or the stand alone version Mocha AE, we're also going to be looking at some of the more advanced modules for those. Including getting a 3D camera solve and the impact that lens distortion is going to have on our shots. So thanks for choosing to join me in this course, let's go get started.
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