Planar tracking, masking & 3D camera solving. In this tutorial, Mary Poplin uses mocha Pro and After Effects to design a dynamic animated, tracked graphic. She uses mocha Pro for camera solve and object tracking in 3D, which can then be exported to After Effects to drive the Plexus particle plug-in.
mocha tutorial: tracking titles in perspective In this new tutorial, Imagineer product specialist, Martin Brennand shows how to use mocha's planar tracker to match titles to camera movement. This is a good video to check out if you are a new user and includes a section on finishing in After Effects.
Mastering motion tracking for Adobe After Effects with mocha AE. mocha AE is a planar tracking and roto utility bundled with After Effects CS6. In this 1.5 hour webinar, Dr. Mathias Möhl of mamoworld.com teaches the basics of understanding mocha's powerful tracking technology.
In this one hour tutorial, Product Specialist Mary Poplin breaks down object removal using mocha Pro, including basic techniques and luminance render settings, remove with clean plate settings, and how to tackle more difficult multi-plane removes. mocha Pro is the upgrade from the Adobe After Effects bundled mocha AE. To learn more, visit: imagineersystems.com/products/mocha-pro/ mocha Pro supports After Effects, Premiere, Nuke, Apple FCP/Motion, Boris FX, Quantel, Autodesk and more.
Imagineer Systems' product specialist Mary Poplin, created this tutorial to show how mocha Pro and Adobe Photoshop can be used to remove objects from scenes when there is no clean footage. mocha Pro's planar tracking and remove tools provide unique and time-saving alternatives to traditional vfx clone and paint techniques. To view more on mocha Pro, go to: www.imagineersystems.com
Mary Poplin, Imagineer Systems Los Angeles based Product Specialist, talks about Planar Tracking and "how mocha thinks". This informative and informal video should tell you the tips and tricks that Mary usually gives artists when she visits them in their studios all over North America.
In this short and sweet tutorial, Mary Poplin shows mocha and After Effects users how to paste mocha roto shapes into AE's mask channel. This is a feature that has been available in AE CS5 and CS5.5 that some of our users might not have known about. Please note, you can not paste mocha masks as splines in AE CS4, but you can post mocha via the mocha shape plug-in in all versions of AE.