Join Andy Needham for an in-depth discussion in this video Challenge overview, part of Cinema 4D R20 Essential Training: VFX.
(funky music) … - [Instructor] In this visual effects challenge, … we're going to motion track a shot … and then integrate an object or animation. … This is the footage that you can use to track … and it was shot at 24 frames per second, … so bear that in mind. … This should be familiar as we've looked … at this footage previously in the course. … To get the most out of this challenge, … I'd like you to track the footage … yourself but if you need to, … go back and refer to the movies in chapters two and three. … You can also use this image as a lighting reference … or to use in combination with global illumination. … So let's look at the objectives for this challenge. … First and foremost, I want you to motion track … the shot using the work flow … that you've learned in this course. … So, motion track it, refine, solve, and calibrate, … and then remember that the footage is 24 frames per second. … Next, integrate an object or animation … or even a dynamic simulation. … You could do something with Voronoi Fracture if you like. …
- What are VFX?
- Automatic and manual 2D tracking
- Solving the 3D camera
- Calibrating a camera
- Scene reconstruction
- Object tracking
- Animating geometry
- Animating cameras
- Creating and applying materials
- Working with Projection Man
- Creating fractures
- Making fractures move
- Rendering using takes and tokens
- Compositing multipass renders
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1. What Are VFX?
2. Get Started with Motion Tracking in C4D
3. Motion Tracker: Solve and Calibrate
4. Motion Tracker: Additional Workflows
5. Geometry, Cameras, and Animation
6. Materials and Lighting
7. Work with Projection Man
8. Destruction Techniques with Voronoi Fracture
9. Takes, Tokens, and Rendering
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