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Old 04-15-2013, 01:30 PM   #1
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Why can't I track this simple footage? (Basic camera move/pan)

Hey whats up guys,

I have what I thought would be a super simple matchmoving shot, basically just panning the cam to the right, then back...and for the life of me I can't get a decent track out of it.

I've tried 2 different pieces of software and neither of them can pull a decent track.

Obviously it would be great if you guys could give it a shot using whatever matchmoving software you have available to you, but if not could you at least take a look at the clip and see if there's some fundamental issue that would be causing problems?

Its a relatively steady shot, plenty of tracking markers, I think there's enough parallax, definitely NOT using any image stabilization or anything...

Here's the clip , just let me know if you want the full 1920 version (only 70 mb.)

Shot on my t2i with the stock lens (18mm focal length), 29,97 fps.

Thanks in advance guys .
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