Motion Warp Tracking - Part 1 - Introduction - Flame 2018.3 Update

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Last modification: 26 Mar, 2019
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12 min


Level: Intermediate
Recorded in: Autodesk Flame 2018.3 Update
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In part 1 of this series on Motion Warp Tracking, you’ll start learning about Motion Warp Tracking in the Flame 2018.3 Update.

This technology allows you to distort and track images based on motion vector data.

This video will start discussing the fundamentals as well as a great use-case example.

The Motion Warp tracking adds to the existing tracking features already available in Flame (point tracking, planar tracking and 3D Camera Tracking).

The Motion Warp Tracking enables you to track on more organic-types of materials.

For example, it could be used for skin beauty work, tracking fabrics such as clothes, general clean-up work or even other surfaces that may not be flat or have some kind of movement to them.

It’s uses are quite broad and it definitely adds to the tracking toolset in Flame.


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