Tracking manually


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Tracking manually

There are two situations where you'll need to get into the manual tracking. the first is when the target is not a planar surface, so it's not trackable by the planar tracker, so you'll have to hand track it. The second is when you have a few frames of bad tracking data you need to delete. So let's load a clip, go to New Projects > Choose > Lesson_04_Media > Airport and select an airport frame, Open. Don't forget to tell it the Pixel Aspect Ratio is really one and then click OK.

If you've already loaded this clip, you'll have a Results folder in the airport.mocha file, and we can say, Yes we want to overwrite the old one. Manual Tracking is all about the planar surface not the spline. So I'm going to do a manual track on this nice easy target here, so I'll just throw out the spline. I don't care about the spline. I care about the planar surface. In fact, I'm going to hide the spline. In this example, I'm going to hand track the corner...

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

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