Join Brian Morse for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing cameras from SynthEyes, part of 3D Tracking and Fusion Compositing.
- [Instructor] Okay, so now we're here in Maya.…And we're ready to start working in 3D.…But we need to set up a few things first.…The first thing we need to do is,…we are going to be using a linear workflow for our compositing,…so let's go up to our Maya preferences.…And, down on the left-hand side here,…we're looking for color management,…and we want to enable color management.…The other thing we want to set up,…while we're in our preferences,…is our working units.…
When we were in SynthEyes, we used centimeters…as our export units.…So we need to go over to the settings…and just make sure that we are set up with centimeters.…And just click save.…The next thing we need to do is…make sure we're looking at the correct plate.…So let's go to panels, perspective, camera two.…And you can see right away that our tracking markers…aren't lining up with the shed.…And that's because we're looking at the original plate,…and not the undistorted plate.…
So all we need to do is…switch out these plates with the undistorted.…So let's go under view, select camera,…
- Exporting cameras to Maya and Fusion
- Importing models
- Setting up scenes for compositing
- Setting your color space
- Using 3D in Fusion to add a change
- Connecting all of your shots
- Rendering final composites
Skill Level Advanced
VFX Techniques: Compositing an Explosion with Fusion 7with Lee Lanier2h 55m Intermediate
SynthEyes Essential Training (2015)with Brian Morse2h 34m Beginner
1. Exporting Your Cameras to Maya and Fusion
Exporting from SynthEyes6m 32s
2. Working in Maya
3. Compositing in Fusion
4. Using 3D in Fusion to Add a Change
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