Join Ben Brownlee for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting the right tracking parameters, part of mocha 3 Essential Training.
…We're going to start looking at the tracking parameters now, and…how Mocha actually sees a footage when it's calculating a track.…So let's load up our first clip.…So we're going to come up start up a new project, and we're going to…be using the same box close up that we used in chapter four.…So I'm going to call this one 0504, box closeup.…And I'm going to save this actually, in my 05 folder.…And I'm going to start up a New folder which…is going to be called Mocha Project.…
And we'll take a quick look down, frame rate one, two, one, two, five, yes.…Frame rate 25, yes.…Pixel aspect ratio, HD and no fields. Yeah, okay on that.…So the first job that we've got going for us know is to track the…front side of our box here, because we're going to do a replacement on the front.…So we look through our clip and let's, let's pick what track.…We want to try and track at an area that's going to be on screen most of the time.…
And we always want to start with the best frame we can.…So, that could be at frame number one.…
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- Setting up preferences
- Understanding the planar tracker
- Creating your first project and first track
- Tracking rotation
- Tracking objects that move off-screen
- Using the Shear and Perspective tools
- Exporting tracking data to After Effects, Motion, or Final Cut Pro
- Creating a fast rotospline
- Creating complex mask shapes efficiently
- Correcting for lens distortion in your footage
- Generating a 3D camera solve