The Foundry’s new camera tracker analyses source sequences to extract the original camera’s lens and motion parameters, allowing you to composite 2D or 3D correctly with reference to the camera used to film the shot. You can now match camera moves within the Adobe After Effects 2.5D environment, opening up new, robust options for the placement of composite elements. Create Fringe/Heroes style ‘in scene’ titles, extend virtual sets, integrate motion graphics elements into a scene, and much more…
This technology was previously only available in NukeX, The Foundry’s high-end film compositing tool but you can now do all this in Adobe After Effects without exiting your application.
“It’s amazing having this ability right in the After Effects environment that so many artists are used to. Thank you The Foundry!”, said Danny Princz – Motion Graphics-VFX artist and Prof at FXPHD
“These new 64-bit plug-ins from The Foundry will help artists who use Adobe After Effects CS5 to create high-impact motion graphics and handle the trickiest compositing tasks more easily,” said Michael Coleman, senior product manager for Adobe After Effects at Adobe.