David Hong, owner and founder of Pneuma Design, is a motion graphics and visual effects artist with 9 years of experience in the industry. He believes stories have the power to carry a brand’s message in a clear, consistent, and compelling manner. Stories not only drive brand distinction, but also provide a means for a company to engage its employees and electrify audiences. Whether he's crafting a show package, rebranding a network, or building a startup, the brand story is his compass and at the heart of everything he does.
In this tutorial, David Hong of Pneuma Design (pneumadesign.tv) provides a comprehensive overview of 3D tracking in After Effects using The Foundry’s new CameraTracker plug-in. Matchmoving has always required the After Effects artist to solve shots in an external application and import the solution into After Effects. This new tool eliminates the need for this extra step by providing powerful matchmove capabilities within the familiar AE interface. Follow along and take your compositing skills to the next level. if... CONTINUE READING
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