Join Brian Morse for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Camera and Perspective views, part of SynthEyes: Tracking with Survey Data.
- [Voiceover] Now we are going to look at…how we can use the camera and perspective views…to link our tracking to the survey.…I already have the shot loaded up.…Let's look at camera two.…Play it real quick to see what we're looking at.…It's a handheld shot that moves very little.…It just moves a little bit to the left.…Let's see how we can link this up.…What we want to do is go over to the coordinates tab,…change the layout to Camera & Perspective…if you're not already there.…
What we want to do is, we want to…on the perspective side, we want to have the survey,…and on the camera side, we want our shot.…So, to do that, let's go to camera one,…so that we have our survey loaded up,…and then we're gonna click on Lock.…Now we want to find a good frame…for us to use for our reference.…So, the shot we are working on is from this side.…
That looks like a pretty good angle, so frame 11.…So let's freeze this frame, so it doesn't move.…So if we right-click in the perspective view,…go under View and come down to Freeze on this Frame,…
- What is a survey shot?
- Tracking a survey shot
- Setting up a survey shot from stills
- Solving shots using the survey
- Solving multiple cameras using the survey