Imagineer Systems: mocha planar tracking videos

  1. Imagineer’s Show Reel featuring films and videos that used mocha Pro and mocha AE in their visual effects process.

    Thank you to all the amazing customers who contributed footage (including those that are not represented in the reel). We appreciate your continued support.

    Thanks to PremiumBeat for providing royalty free music! premiumbeat.com
    Thanks to Ted Gannon from Super Exploder for additional music! superexploder.com/

    Edited by Chad Smith
    remoteaccesspost.com

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  2. Imagineer Systems product specialist, Mary Poplin, shows 360 - Virtual Reality post-production tips for Adobe users! Previews the upcoming mocha Pro 5 plug-in working with Mettle's Skybox Studio.

    In this tutorial, we show how to use mocha Pro for masking and tracking on equirectangular (LatLong) footage. Skybox Studio is used to convert the distorted footage to a "flattened cubic cross" view and the new mocha Pro 5 plug-in is used for tracking & masking.

    **Note mocha Pro 5 plug-in is now in beta testing and available soon. mocha Pro 5 plug-in will allow users to access mocha via the host media engine to avoid pre-rendering for a dynamic workflow in Adobe, Avid, Nuke & more.***

    To learn more about mocha Pro, visit: imagineersystems.com

    To learn more about Mettle Skybox, visit: mettle.com

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  3. In this in-depth tutorial, Imagineer Product Specialist, Mary Poplin walks you through a complex, multi-planar object remove of a lightsaber for a Star Wars fan film. This tutorial uses mocha Pro and Adobe After Effects.

    Footage courtesy of Michael Simpson Jr, Noel Braham, and Pokey Spears.
    Exile: A Star Wars Fan Film (2016)
    imdb.com/title/tt4855530/
    youtube.com/watch?v=v-6ae6tMHb0

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  4. Using Avid Media Composer and BCC 10 plugins, Product Manager Martin Brennand shows you how to track and replace an actor's eyes when they accidentally look at the camera.
    Using similar techniques you can quickly track, mask and replace performances, either to fix mistakes or to get creative with your shots.

    For more information about BCC 10, please visit: borisfx.com
    For more information about mocha, please visit: imagineersystems.com

    Footage from pond5.com

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  5. In this advanced mocha tutorial, Mary Poplin, shows how to create a seamless take combination from two hand held shots. Covers mocha planar tracking, stabilization, insert module and workflow.

    This technique can be used to make one actor into a set of twins (ex: Legend and The Parent Trap), to retime and combine performances (used in movies such as Bridesmaids and The Hangover) or to create the illusion of one long, continuous take (seen in films Gone Girl and Bird Man).

    This tutorial assumes that you know the basics of mocha tracking and masking.

    This tutorial covers three different mocha techniques: simple mocha Pro standalone compositing, Nuke compositing and Adobe After Effects compositing - with the bundled mocha for AE.

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Imagineer Systems: mocha planar tracking videos

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