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Old 05-02-2012, 07:30 AM   #1
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Using Bouju, and tracking large scenes.

I was wondering, would Bouju be good for lets say for example:

I use a camera to record downtown los angeles. I zoom into the skyline, and zoom out. and pan the camera a bit. What if I was to create some extra buildings to add to the skyline? What would I have to do? I watched a few tutorials on the program just tracking simple things like the ground. But I wanna know how they can track huge scenes.

And can it be done using c4D?
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Old 05-04-2012, 02:21 AM   #2
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I don't know if boujou can do a zoom track, but I do know Syntheyes can, that and synth eyes is a shit ton faster. All that aside, if you can, i would shoot the plate at a larger resoulution, and do the zoom in post. it makes the track unstable, and pretty often breaks beyond a simple solution if you do one, so if you can do it in post I would.

Also, it sounds like you are doing a destroyed city thing, I would suggest doing 2d tracks, if you can, for some of the assets. that may be an easier way if you do a zoom. After effects can do it, but mocha can do nicer ones.
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