fxphd’s popular camera tracking specialist Victor Wolansky teaches this third PFTrack in production course continuing his tendency to tackle only the most difficult shots. You’re sure to pick up a ton of new, high-end techniques for both object and camera tracking.
Class 1: Using the auto tracker node, cleaning the auto trackers by solving parts, the importance of initial frames and prep for geometry construction. Class 2: Image modeling, one of the key features of PFTrack. Class 3: Calibrating multiple cameras, with and without motion, and important step for object tracking and mocap tracking. Class 4: Object tracking from multiple cameras, perfect combination for more accuracy and automatic sizing of the tracked object. Class 5: Geometry tracking. Using geometry, OBJ and FBX to track an object, or camera. A non-conventional tracking that can save a lot of time in some cases. Class 6: Geometry tracking, a new kind, tracking non rigid objects and deformations. Class 7: Texture extraction, new tools with proper UV mapping. Class 8: Stereo tracking techniques. Class 9: Tracking water. Class 10: An experiment on facial tracking and replacement.