Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Using detailed analysis, part of After Effects Guru: Tracking and Stabilizing Footage.
…As you work with a shot,…one option you can take advantage of is detailed analysis.…Now, this takes a lot longer, but essentially it tells the computer to…work at a higher quality, taking more time to process the tracking points…as well as recreate the 3D world and 3D camera tracking data.…Generally, I don't start with this analysis.…I turn it on after the fact if I see I'm getting results that I like,…but maybe it could be a bit better.…Let me show you how to access these additional controls.…
Let's go back to the zoom composition and select the 3D camera tracker.…Remember you can press E, to see all of the effects applied to a layer.…By double-clicking on the effect, you'll see the effect controls.…Under Advanced, is the option to perform a Detailed Analysis.…When you invoke this it needs to re-analyse the shot.…You'll notice that it initalizes again and then counts back down through the frames.…This second pass is going to take a bit longer.…
Once this is done calculating, you see here it's giving me an estimte here of…
- Analyzing footage
- Using the 3D camera tracker to stabilize footage
- Choosing and moving a target
- Adding 3D text to a scene
- Tracking an object
- Applying the Warp Stabilizer VFX
- Choosing a stabilization method
- Reducing rolling shutter distortion
- Matching movement
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Using the 3D Camera Tracker
2. Working with Targets
3. Camera Tracker in Action
4. Working with Warp Stabilizer VFX
5. Refining the Warp Stabilizer VFX
6. Using Advanced Options
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