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  1. One of our chaps just put together 4 new tutorials on using CameraTracker for AE which are up on our site (follow the training link on the right hand column of the page below): http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/cameratracker/ They cover using CameraTracker to insert animated graffiti in a moving camera scene, integrating with Red Giant Software's Trapcode Particular to add light sweeps into the same scene, plus projection mapping both in native AE and with Digieffect's Camera Mapper to handle rig removal tasks. There's also a 50m french language tutorial put together by Matthias Peresini (Mattrunks) linked to from the same page, covering in depth use of CameraTracker.
  2. Just to let you all know, we recently put out CameraTracker 1.0v2, adding support for AE CS4 (alongside pre-existing CS5 support), plus improving handling of non-square aspect long sequences, along with a misc range of bug fixes. It's a free upgrade for all current users, and you can grab the download/trial version/etc from here: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/cameratracker/ There's also a chance to win a free license. Answer the question (hint, it's written above ) and fill in the remaining details on the link below before tomorrow to be in with a chance: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/cameratracker
  3. Nice 3 part tutorial on using After Effects & C4D with CameraTracker - http://ae.tutsplus.com/tutorials/workflow/overview-of-the-foundrys-new-cameratracker-plug-in-part-1/ 10 part basic training series on using CameraTracker in After Effects (training resources link down right hand side) - http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/cameratracker/
  4. Thanks all! @stoiqa - I've recently uploaded some of the original plates used for the training series (the ones I've got releases to distribute) to try out and follow along. You can grab the training vids and footage over at http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/cameratracker/training/ , is that the sort of thing you mean? I'm also getting some other more 'achieve this effect follow along' tutorials going at the minute. @J Montreuil - lol, sorry!
  5. You can use Paul's AEtoC4D script over at AE Enhancers to export for Cinema 4D - check out Marc's tutorial on AETuts showing doing just this, and there's the chance to win a free license of CameraTracker as well. http://ae.tutsplus.com/tutorials/workflow/overview-of-the-foundrys-new-cameratracker-plug-in-part-1/
  6. We've just released two cool new plug-ins for After Effects. We're really pleased with them, and pretty excited to see what you all come up with using them: CameraTracker - matchmoving, directly inside of After Effects, allowing you to pull a camera track without having to leave the comfort of your After Effects session. If you've ever wanted to insert design elements, text, mograph and so on in a moving camera sequence, this one's for you http://www.thefoundr.../cameratracker/ Kronos 5.0 - super fast, gpu accelerated, retiming. Like Timewarp on steroids, if you've got an NVidia CUDA based graphics card, this can offload some of the processing to that to really speed up pulling a motion estimation based retime. It also splits out the ability to add motion blur to a sequence as a separate plug-in. http://www.thefoundr...roducts/kronos/ There's a training series for CameraTracker, to get you started, over at: http://www.thefoundr....cker/training/ And a few examples of what people on the beta put together: http://www.thefoundr....cker/examples/ Hope you like them!
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