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Apple Motion 3 Tutorial, this video will focus on how to use 4 point tracking.
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Hey guys! This is E Mix 77 again. I’m just here at the second part of the motion tracking tutorial; the motion part 3 and in this little walk thru I’m going to show you how to motion track design. This sign on the side of the bus here if I play it, it goes by you’ll see; we’re going to replace it and I have a replacement graphic already fired up and ready to go right here, buy turnips. So what I want to do is go up to behavior, motion tracking, match move and this will bring up my little yellow marker across here like always. But in the HUD, under tight, it will say for transformation; switch it to four corners and when you do this, four markers will appear where it’s formed.
Now what you want to do is click eMarker and when you do the magnifying glass will come up and you want to drag it and attach it to the corner of the sign. And we’re going to do this with all four corners. This is an example of how easy motion is to work with. I’ve get it right there and now what I want to do is come over here in my HUD and hit the analyze button and it should analyze my match move and there it goes.
Now, let me deselect everything and play it back. As you can see I’ve got a pretty convincing track. If I do save my say so myself that is a pretty convincing track and as you can see we’ve done it in two minutes, no time flat and it looks great, easy as it can be, that’s all there is to it.
If you guys have any questions, get a hold on me, I’ll try to help you the best I can. We’ll see you next time.