Author: ziuziu on 3-03-2017, 02:14
Cineversity (C4D): Tracking - SynthEyes to C4D to AE
English | Size: 90 MB
Category: Tutorial

This set of tutorials take you through the process of tracking a Chromakey shot in SythEyes, creating a match scene in Cinema 4D, and composite the two in After Effects.
Part 1 will focus on tracking a greenscreen shot with Syntheyes and covers placement of tracking markers, supervised (manual) tracking, and exporting a 3D scene.
Part 2 will focus on importing tracking data into CINEMA 4D, building an environment for your actor, and setting up a multipass render and compositing project file.
Part 3 will focus on loading the multipass renders into After Effects and keying the greenscreen footage.
Project file includes the raw greenscreen shot, CINEMA 4D scene, Syntheyes project file, and the final video.
Christopher Montesano
I am an independant software programmer and graphic artist currently living in Florida. I took up programming when I was in high school, and shortly after that I entered the world of 3D starting with Bryce and eventually moving to CINEMA 4D.
These days I focus mainly on CINEMA 4D plugin development and I'm also involved in a variety of projects including web development, video production, and 3D character design.
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