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  10 October 2012
Overshoot a frame

Hey guys,

I've got a tracked scene with some motion graphics stripes running through walls. After everything was done and ready to render the director asked me to render the make the frame bigger since they want some room to play in post (basically scaling up and down the video I tracked).

Is there a way to do it easily? I mean, is there a way to make Max render the frame bigger without losing its referencing with the tracked footage? I real life I guess one should just walk away from the subjects, but doing this with a tracked camera is proving more challenging than I expected.

  10 October 2012
Hi David,

Try this script by Martin Breidt:

  10 October 2012
Hey Martijn,

I've seen that script ages ago and completely forgot about it! Thanks a lot for refreshing my memory! Unfortunately I'm rendering with VRay and it says it may not work properly with VRay cameras... Anyway it's worth a try! Thanks!

  10 October 2012
The script works fine if you set the the Vray Camera to fov mode rather than focal length.
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  10 October 2012
Thanks for the heads up Dave!

BTW, congratulations on your maxscript initiative! I've yet to see a couple of your last posts but I'm sure you're making the scripters around the web very happy!

  10 October 2012
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