Motion Tracking & Object Tracking inside Cinema 4D: Can we track without using a Survey Shot?
With the help of the Focal Length we extracted from the Survey Shot, we were able to track the Camera very easily, and rather successfully. Because some of you may not be convinced about the usefulness of the Survey Shot, as it requires a bit more effort, let's quickly take a look at what would've happened, had we NOT used the Focal Length from the Survey Shot.
Motion Tracking & Object Tracking inside Cinema 4D(16 of 22)
In order to achieve a good solve, or to track an object, you need to "take matters into your own hands". This is called "Manual" tracking (or Supervised Tracking). In this video, we'll take a look at how to create, track and supervise the manual trackers.
One of the very helpful Interface elements we have in our Motion Tracking Arsenal, is the "Motion Tracker Graph". This is a Dope Sheet of all trackers, automatic and manual, and can assist us with "cleaning up" our 2D solve, and manual tracking.