5/10/08

Realistic Screen Composites

5 comments:

TeuFel said...

You have some very good tutorials and stuff here, thanks for taking the tiem and effort in doing them, I hope to se some more in the future keep it up!

Viacheslav said...

First of all, thank you for your effort.
And please keep up making your great tutorials, it can`t be ever too much, always eager to learn.
Once again, thank you!

Corey said...

This is a really nice tutorial thanks for taking the time to make it.

Øystein said...

That's a really handy trick there :D I'll probably keep this in mind in future projects, thanks man ;)
And what parts of the image did you use motion tracking? I couldn't see anything (except for the black dots in the wood) that could be optimal for the motion tracker, and the track came out that clean (!):s

sfivfxman said...

I used a 2D planar tracker called Mocha. After Effects CS4 now comes with the AE version free. It uses more pixel information to track footage in 2D only. In this case I created a b-spline to cover the entire object instead of just four individual corner track points.