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Semi-automatic matchmoving

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Sean writes:

Want fully automatic matchmoving in Blender? Well, we don't have it yet, but this is as close as you can get. Almost automatic tracking! I've been surprised at how many people aren't aware of some of these simple features, so thought I'd make a short video to share.

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Sean Kennedy

Sean Kennedy is a visual effects artist living and working in Los Angeles, California. He's worked at visual effects companies both small and large, and composited on two Academy Award winning films – The Golden Compass and Life of Pi. He's currently working at CoSA VFX in Los Angeles.

4 Comments

    • Hahaha, good eye! Yes, of course a little manual clean up would help, or perhaps adjusting the threshold on the clean up filter a little bit more would have caught it. Always taking more time and manually doing things will achieve a better result. I just wanted to quickly demonstrate how to work without doing anything manually.

      • Yes, the detect features and the automatic clean up are really powerful.
        Certainly a rapid "human" control (reflections, intersections, etc. ...) greatly improves the quality of tracking.

  1. Yes, the detect features and the automatic clean up are really powerful.
    Certainly a rapid "human" control (reflections, intersections, etc. ...) greatly improves the quality of tracking.

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