Importing object tracks into Maya


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Importing object tracks into Maya

So now our scene is totally matched. In fact, I've saved this out to a file called BldgShot.mmf. And you can see how we have the building pretty much matched to the scene. So I can go ahead and export this, and bring it in to the 3D app of choice. So I'm going to go File > Export, and I'm just going to call this building01. And I'll make sure I export the cameras, and I don't want to export just the selected points, I want to make sure I, I export all of the tracks.

And make sure everything else is set up that we're actually animating the camera and not the scene. And then just go save and we're saving to Maya ASCII, again we can save out to any 3D format we want. And I'm just going to hop over to Maya and bring it in. So bring in Bldg_01.ma, Open. There it is. Let's go ahead and look through the camera and see what we have. Now what MatchMover has done is exported the tracking data but did not export the model. You're going to have to bring the model back in....

Importing object tracks into Maya
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Importing object tracks into Maya provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by George Maestri as part of the Entertainment Creation Suite: Getting Started with MatchMover

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