Inspecting your rotos


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Inspecting your rotos

Before turning in your roto work, you are required to inspect it first. You need to find the problems not the supervisor. There are several ways to inspect your rotos each designed to reveal a different issue. Here I'll demonstrate several techniques that you can use with your work. I am using the Inspecting Mocha file from the Project Media Folder. First up is the spline only. So let's say that we want to see the spline up the head I'll pan that down and zoom that in.

So by viewing the spline only you can look for jittery edges. So let's see how that looks. Now with the head moving around like that, it's really hard to see any details. So what we need to do is stabilize this picture around that head. So I am going to stop that and go back to Frame 1. Since this shot has not been tracked, we have no stabilizing data. So let's track it, I am going to turn off the head and I am going to turn on a roto that I have already drawn for you.

What I did here was I keyframed...

Inspecting your rotos
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Inspecting your rotos provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Wright as part of the mocha 2.6 Essential Training

Subjects:
3D + Animation Video
Software:
mocha
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