Today, April 4th 2013, Adobe revealed some details about the next generation of their video tools. In this tutorial series we give you some sneak peak about the next version of Adobe After Effects. The tutorials are recorded with the not yet published version of Adobe After Effects that will be shown by Adobe in their demos at the NAB show.

In this video we take a look at the improvement of the camera tracker from this next version of After Effects. Compared to the CS6 version, it has two improvements:
1) Possibility to refine tracking point to improve accuracy of the camera solve
2) Ability to set the origin and ground plane
Setting the ground plane and origin is already possible in CS6 with the help of the name-your-own-price 3rd party tool Orient World (see mamoworld.com/orient-world ). In the video, we also compare both approaches and analyze, where Adobe After Effects Next offers more convenience and why it will still be useful to combine it with Orient World.

watch all parts of this series at mamoworld.com

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Reveal the Next Version of Adobe After Effects - Part 1 : The Warp Stabilizer VFX
youtu.be/CcYZkmschfk

Reveal the Next Version of Adobe After Effects - Part 2: The Refine Edge Tool
youtu.be/oeMUcV_-G8U

Reveal the Next Version of Adobe After Effects - Part 3: Camera Tracker Improvements
youtu.be/ZpEGfSY9Als

Reveal the Next Version of Adobe After Effects - Part 4 : Cinema 4D Lite Integration 1
youtu.be/Xy8FxTq627k

Reveal the Next Version of Adobe After Effects - Part 5: Cinema 4D Lite Integration 2
youtu.be/lVujmk2X5Xg
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more infos about the Adobe Reveal and the new features of the Adobe video tools at
adobe.com/go/nab_reveal

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