for the past three days I have desperately searched and tried to find the correct camera settings for none full frame cameras within cinema 4D Motion Tracker in the 3D solver.
All the tutorials are basically just winging that part, have full frame cameras or just don’t care.
Below is a Sony-zv-1 setup from which I want to set up the correct camera (sensor position) for VFX. Neither in the Maxon Documentation nor online could I find a proper explanation how this is calculated or what the strategy is to set it up — what the old school terms like “film gate” mean for cameras like the camera below and smartphones — making it rather complex in this messed up world of none full frame “but 35mm format equivalent” specifications 😭
I would love to know how to precisely set this up to eventually use cinema 4D for the generation of training data for machine learning models. I.e.: I want to use cinema 4D for rendering training images for machine learning systems. There it is important that perspective is actually “correct” or rather it’s clear how to set this up for other cameras.
I’m very thankful for any ideas, tips and links. 😮💨
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