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HDRIs In Maya - 3dtutorialzone.com This tutorial covers how to set up an HDRI image in Maya. Set-up Download this HDRI testing scene file. HDRIs In Maya - 3dtutorialzone.com
What kind of camera will I need? A digital SLR camera with interchangeable lenses is the ideal solution, but almost any camera will work if you can lock the aperture, lock the focus, and lock the white balance. Ultimately, you get what you pay for. Digital SLRs generally have more options for white balance, mirror lockup, etc… the more choices, the better! If you want a camera with the most convenient HDR shooting setup, choose a camera that has an auto-bracketing (AEB) option. Tips & Tricks FAQ Tips & Tricks FAQ
Live Action & CG 3 - A Comprehensive Guide to Compositing In this DVD, Instructor Matt Skonicki takes you through the entire process of compositing 2 HD Shots with 3D integration. The best part of this tutorial is it uses Autodesk Composite for compositing which ships free with Autodesk Maya 2011. Matt starts off by taking you On Location to demonstrate the capturing of the raw plate and HDRI images. From there he goes through creating the final HDRI image in Photoshop. The next chapters include detailed tracking in SynthEyes, setting up the scene in Maya, creating masks in After Effects, Animation of the 3D objects in Maya, adding particle effects, lighting, and render layers. Live Action & CG 3 - A Comprehensive Guide to Compositing
MatchMover Tutorials > Automatic 2D Tracking Settings in MatchMover Tutorial
LiveAction & CG 3 – A Comprehensive Guide to Compositing Live_Action & CG 3 – A Comprehensive Guide to Compositing In this DVD, Instructor_Matt_Skonicki takes you through the entire process of compositing 2 HD Shots with 3D integration. The best part of this tutorial is it uses Autodesk Composite for compositing which ships free with Autodesk Maya 2011. Matt_starts off by taking you On Location to demonstrate the capturing of the raw plate and HDRI images. From there he goes through creating the final HDRI image in Photoshop. The next chapters include detailed tracking in SynthEyes, setting up the scene in Maya, creating masks in After Effects, Animation of the 3D objects in Maya, adding particle effects, lighting, and render layers. Last, Matt composites the final scenes in Autodesk Composite. LiveAction & CG 3 – A Comprehensive Guide to Compositing
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Camera Tracking and Matchmoving - Andersson Technologies LLC Although SynthEyes is being used on major Hollywood features, we expect it to interest many local and regional edit/effects studios and independent feature producers that might be new to the technology, but wish to "move up" to offer more sophisticated effects to their clients or audience — who increasingly expect Hollywood excitement even from local productions. Here, we've tried to look at what camera tracking is about, how you can do it, and how to use it effectively with clients. For technical details such as import and export formats, see the feature list. What is Camera Tracking? Camera Tracking and Matchmoving - Andersson Technologies LLC

How to Create Professional HDR Images

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Free Video Editing Tip: 3D Compositing Video
Compositing a 3D rendered object into Video | rethinkfx Compositing a 3D rendered object into Video | rethinkfx Saturday 27th May 2000 This is a very simple tutorial demonstrating how to take 2D video footage and composite a 3D animated object in the scene. I’m not going to go into every specific MAX feature and option used, Instead I’ll be concentrating more on the actual process and flow of work and files. There is a separate document that should be viewed before this one which deals with shooting video for compositing purposes which can be found here 1. Convert your video sequence to individual TIFF files.
After Effects Tutorials > Setting our image plane to test our tracked point cloud Tutorial After Effects Tutorials > Setting our image plane to test our tracked point cloud Tutorial Log In After Effects / Compositing 3D into Video in Maya and After Effects This lesson is available with a free demo account or subscribe and get access to the entire tutorial. Lesson 2. Setting our image plane to test our tracked point cloud
Blogs :: Matchmover and 3ds Max - 3D Tracking Workflow Blogs :: Matchmover and 3ds Max - 3D Tracking Workflow Matchmover is available to all subscription customers for 3ds Max 2010 and 3ds Max 2011. It's one of the great values added when being on subscription for 3ds Max. In this set of video tutorials, you will see how Matchmover and 3ds Max work together. You'll be able to see how an image sequence can be used to extract 3D information that can be used in 3ds Max to create a perfect match between virtual elements and the 2D image sequence, even if the camera has fast and unstable movements.