Плагин boris fx automated motion tracking

Плагин boris fx automated motion tracking

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• BCC 3D Objects category of 3D OpenGL extruded text generators

• Professional Chroma Key Compositing

• Automated Motion Tracking

• PixelChooser Masking System

• High-quality Image Restoration Tools

• Popular Film Effects

• 3D Particle Effects

• Dazzling Light Effects

• Realistic In-Camera Effects

• Audio-driven Effects Creation

• Thousands of Customizable Presets

• Stylized Effects such as LED, Damaged TV, and Tile Mosaic

• Automated optical image stabilization without the use of point trackers

How Boris FX Affects Effects in Premiere Pro

The Story Behind Boris FX, How the Imagineer Systems and GenArts Mergers Benefit Users, and What’s New in Continuum v11 and Sapphire v11.

Boris Yamnitsky, Boris FX CEO

Mr. Boris FX himself, Boris Yamnitsky, CEO, shares the vision behind Boris FX and the beginning of the visual effects plug-in industry, and answers questions like what’s new in Continuum 11 and Sapphire 11, which product should I buy, and which products include Mocha integration in this Premiere Bro interview.

If a plug-in is done right, the user benefits by having more time to be creative. —Boris Yamnitsky, Boris FX CEO

Boris FX is a world-class, award-winning post-production plug-in software company with products for Premiere Pro and After Effects. Make sure you read to the end of the post; there’s an exclusive discount on all Boris FX products for Premiere Bro readers. Offer ends January 31, 2018.

You’ve had a long career and played a legendary role in the plug-in industry. Tell us about yourself, your history, and your journey to become the CEO of Boris FX.

I had my first introduction to digital video in the early nineties while working on the initial release of the M100 NLE system. We brought the working prototype to NAB Show in Las Vegas, 1993, where we demonstrated accurate playback of NTSC video on a Macintosh hard drive. It was a thrilling experience.

A couple of years later I started Boris FX, the first NLE plug-in company. I won Best in Show at MacWorld Boston, 1995, for a DVE plugin package that supported Adobe Premiere and Media 100. The company quickly grew, expanding into Avid and many other systems of that era. We transitioned from basic DVE and transitional effects to motion graphics, text, and 3D.

In early 2000, we signed a deal with Apple’s emerging Final Cut Pro editor to supply the title generator called Boris Title 3D. It was included with all FCP versions up to version 7.

In 2005, Boris FX purchased Media 100, the very company where I started my NLE development career. The opportunity to reconnect with that part of the market was very exciting to me. Around the same time, we acquired Final Effects Complete, the venerable After Effects filter package, originally created by Cycore, the Swedish developer. By that time, our products included motion tracking, masking, and roto. This spurred our interest in the Academy Award-winning Mocha product.

In 2014, we merged Mocha with our product family, and integrated it into our Boris Continuum package.

Boris FX after Imagineer Systems merger.

In your own words, what was the reason behind Boris FX acquiring GenArts? Weren’t they competitors?

Genarts had a similar history to Boris FX. It originated in the nineties and evolved organically over the years. The strengths of the Sapphire package are very complementary despite certain overlaps. Boris Continuum focuses on image restoration, chroma-keying — the latest release even offering the Academy Award-nominated Primatte keyer — 3D text, and particles. Sapphire’s strengths lie in glamorous lighting effects and refined looks, seen in many feature films, and popular with users on high-end systems.

Boris FX after GenArts merger.

In a way, it’s a perfect match. Both products are now developed side-by-side with one unified engineering team, sharing plug-in programming tricks and advanced technologies. We have the best of both worlds now. The recent joint v11 release — same version number is a coincidence — is a testament to the successful joint work of combined teams, including the UK-based Mocha team.

From the outside, the Boris FX-Imagineer Systems-GenArts merger seems like a monopoly on visual effects software. How does this merger benefit your customers, particularly Premiere Pro users?

In the past, many Adobe users felt they needed to choose either Sapphire or Continuum because of price or specific features. Some of the benefits to being under the same parent company is we have worked to make a very compelling subscription price — affordable even for independent editors. We have also introduced Units for both products, so a Premiere Pro editor can mix and match between Continuum & Sapphire filters and get the best of both packages.

On integration, the fact that all 3 tools use Mocha for masking and tracking means a Premiere Pro editor does not have to always jump to After Effects for tracking, plus the integration means a mask that was started within a Continuum effect can be opened into both Sapphire and Mocha Pro or into other hosts like Nuke, Flame, etc. Mocha has become a workflow tool that joins tracking and masking formats between the many host applications.

Ultimately, the merger brings years of specialized product development knowledge together. Both teams understand that successful plug-in development is about streamlining the post process to make complex tasks easier. We are confident that Premiere Pro users will see this benefit. If a plug-in is done right, the user benefits by having more time to be creative.

What guidance would you give a Premiere Pro editor in choosing between Continuum, Mocha, and Sapphire? How do you answer the question, “Which one should I buy?”

It depends on the need or style of work. Both packages are now broken down into Units and each unit specializes on a particular task. If you do a lot of keying in Premiere Pro, then Continuum is your answer. If you are interested in more stylized looks and lighting effects, Sapphire is an excellent choice. Both packages are very compatible; both include Mocha tracking and masking and they can be used together or separately.

Of course, Mocha is not only the ultimate tool for tracking and masking, but also for object removal, stabilization, camera solve, and a lot more. The newly released Mocha VR is a special version of Mocha that works with all VR projects, where object removal and horizon stabilization are must-have tools.

You’ve had two major recent releases with Sapphire 11 and Continuum 11. Let’s start with Continuum… what’s new in Continuum 11? What features do you think will make the biggest difference for Premiere Pro users?

Continuum 11 is another big release which has taken almost two years to complete. We have improved the product in three existing areas: keying, broadcast compliance, and titles. We also added a brand new unit: VR.

For keying, we licensed the Oscar-nominated Primatte keying algorithm. Our unique implementation features a very convenient floating tool palette that allows you to pull super precise keys in half the time you’d spend with the native keying tools in Premiere Pro.

«Easily chroma key and composite using the same Academy Award nominated compositing tech (Photron’s Primatte) as major blockbusters like the Lord of the Rings series, Harry Potter films, and Spider-Man. The new Primatte Studio is the ultimate blue/green screen toolset. Exclusive features include: Automatic green/blue screen analysis Manual transparency tuning Adjust lighting to correct unevenly lit screens Foreground object detection to deliver a perfect key with a single color sample Integrated Academy Award winning Mocha masking and planar tracking system.»

Broadcast Safe is the new filter replacing the previously included Safe Colors. It simplifies the broadcast compliance workflow and renders much faster thanks to GPU acceleration. Anyone preparing video for traditional broadcast will need such a tool in Adobe Premiere Pro.

«The Broadcast Safe filter available in Continuum 11 from Boris FX is a one click-solution for using broadcast safe standards. Simply choose the desired standard option and the filter automatically produces the final picture-perfect result — guaranteed.»

Continuum Title Studio is a Premiere Pro plug-in that allows creation of 2D and realistic 3D modeled text. The current Premiere Pro text tool is 2D only. Title Studio also allows you to incorporate 3D models into titles and motion graphics, further expanding the capabilities of Adobe Premiere Pro.

Posts Tagged ‘Motion Tracking’

Mary Poplin shows users how to track and replace the sky using Boris Continuum Complete 10 with integrated mocha tracking.

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BCC 10 – Masking & Keying with the PixelChooser powered by mocha

In this one hour training, Mary Poplin, Boris FX/Imagineer Product Specialist, shows Continuum Complete 10 users how to take advantage of the new PixelChooser – now powered by Academy Award-winning mocha planar tracking technology. Plus a sneak peek at the upcoming mocha pro 5 plug-in!

Topics covered include: keying, masking, planar tracking, object removal, rotoscoping, and more.

Performance Replacement with BCC 10 and Avid Media Composer

Using Avid Media Composer and BCC 10 plug-ins with integrated Mocha tracking & masking, Martin Brennand shows you how to replace an actor’s eyes when they accidentally look at the camera.

Using similar techniques you can quickly track, mask and replace performances, either to fix mistakes or to get creative with your shots.

BCC 10 Quick Look: Integrated Mocha Planar Tracking & Masking

New in Boris Continuum Complete 10 is an improved PixelChooser with integrated Mocha planar tracking & masking tools from Imagineer Systems. Track and mask with less keyframes!

Editors can isolate any BCC filter with tracked masks for fast & efficient effects using mocha’s Academy award-winning tracking engine. Access mocha power directly inside the BCC plug-ins. No import, export needed.

Mocha planar tracking data can also be used to loads into many BCC filters: Track lens flares, corner pins, even titles and graphics.

Note: The integrated mocha/PixelChooser is not included in the current shipping version of BCC 10 for Apple.

BCC Fundamentals: 012 – Applying mocha tracking data to a single point

BCC Fundamentals is a new training series hosted by Ben Brownlee of Curious Turtle designed to help you quickly and easily get up-and-running with Boris Continuum Complete.

Chapter 012 – Applying mocha tracking data to a single point

  • When to use Mocha instead of the built-in point tracker
  • How to find the integrated Mocha BCC application – new to BCC 10
  • Saving & applying the track data to BCC Lens Flare 3D
  • Adjusting & offsetting the track

Learn more about Boris Continuum Complete plug-ins! The BCC Fundamentals training series is presented in the Avid Media Composer interface, however the training is also applicable for the following hosts:

BCC Fundamentals: 011 – Applying mocha tracking data to BCC Corner Pin

BCC Fundamentals is a new training series hosted by Ben Brownlee of Curious Turtle designed to help you quickly and easily get up-and-running with Boris Continuum Complete.

Chapter 011 – Applying mocha tracking data to BCC Corner Pin

  • Setting up the timeline to use BCC Corner Pin
  • Exporting appropriate tracking data from Mocha
  • Applying & tweaking the effect to finish the shot

Learn more about Boris Continuum Complete plug-ins! The BCC Fundamentals training series is presented in the Avid Media Composer interface, however the training is also applicable for the following hosts:

Motion Tracking Basics with RED in EDIUS

Douglas Bruce of Gaijin-Eyes show EDIUS users how to use the Boris RED Motion Tracker using different examples with imagery and text.

Motion Tracking with Titles in Avid FX

An editor recently inquired regarding how to add Avid FX’s motion tracker to titles inside Avid Media Composer. Boris FX Senior Product Manager Dirk De Jong responded with this screencap.

Pan with Motion Tracking using Boris RED

A Sony Vegas Pro editor recently inquired regarding how to create a crop centered on a person moving around in a scene – to achieve a pan and zoom effect with the pan linked to a tracker. Boris FX Senior Product Manager Dirk de Jong demonstrates how to achieve this effect using Boris RED‘s Motion Stabilizer feature.

New Feature: Soundbite 2.1 can now import Final Cut X projects. In FCP X, you can export any events via FCPX XML, which can then be imported into Soundbite. Each event will be treated as a Final Cut project within Soundbite, with all media resources from that FCPX event being indexed and searchable. All the

Armed with BCC 8 AE and Boris RED inside Adobe Premiere Pro, twenty-year commercial production vet and award-winning Greg Walton teaches you how to quickly and efficiently add layers of filters to a 30-second client spot with 20 shots.

Generate 3D volumetric lighting with control over visible light levels and other real world stage-light attributes.

If you’re on the one yard line with a few seconds left, you want RED57 on your side. The Burbank-based full service post-production facility works on FOX Sports shows including the FOX NFL Sunday pre-game show, FOX NFL Kickoff on FS1, NASCAR on FOX, and FOX Sports Live on FS1. RED57’s quarterback is Mikey Carr,

BCC Fundamentals is a new training series hosted by Ben Brownlee of Curious Turtle designed to help you quickly and easily get up-and-running with Boris Continuum Complete. This chapter will cover the process of creating a custom titles: A Quick Overview of Layer ShapesDrawing Spline ObjectsStyling and Animating Fills & BordersKeyframe Interpolation anf Gotchas

Subject: Media 100 Gets an SD Video Signal but No Video Is Visible Issue: When user goes to digitize SD material into Media 100, the source is recognized and the V is green, but the video preview is black, and the resulting video file has no video. Audio works fine. Cause: Default setting set to

In his final introduction installment to BCC 9 in Adobe Premiere Pro, Eran delivers a tension-filled reality show opening title sequence that focuses on new filters BCC Fast Film Process and BCC Grunge, along with new transition BCC Damaged TV Dissolve. His get-started-quick advice? Always start with a built-in preset!

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