Where effects work used to be the exclusive realm of graphic artists, nowadays everybody needs to know how to make use of graphics applications. When it comes to implementing effects, motion tracking is still the go to tool for layering and inserting complex graphics work. FilmmakingWebinars.com has announced a free live webinar on November 10, 2011 at 10:00 AM PDT that will cover motion tracking. The webinar will focus on Imagineer Systems mocha AE and Boris Continuum Motion Tracker Unit to perform motion tracking quickly and efficiently inside an editing system. By learning these techniques you can avoid unnecessary trips to other software, and make use of powerful tours that bring motion tracking into common NLE’s.
Presenter Ben Brownlee is a VFX artist, digital media specialist and instructor with 11 years of production experience across a number of disciplines.
If all this wasn't enough, Gold Sponsor Imagineer Systems will be giving away a copy of mocha Pro, the ideal VFX complement for film/video post production, to one lucky attendee. Another attendee will walk away with the Motion Tracking for Editors bundle which includes mocha AE v2.6.1 and Boris Continuum Motion Tracker Unit. Still not enough? Prize Sponsor Red Giant is giving away a copy of Magic Bullet Looks 2, allowing you to design the look you want for your video or film in an easy to use interface right inside your NLE.
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