You must first explain what UV means to us non-3D animators.
You can easily apply motion tracking to your person and keep him in one location.
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Read up on tracking and stabilization. none of that has anything to do with UV mapping or rendering post_UV passes. Even in LW you would require a 3D matchmove import to add the frame in 3D space.
You should try searching wikipedia. There's lots of great info on there. Sure maybe you gotta take some with a grain-of-salt depending what you're researching, but it's been a great refresher course for reliving high school trigonometry......
Thank you very much, Now I can tell why is Mr. Mylenium is a Community Professional.
I saw your UV Tutorial, Good job. I know how to make UV in LW.
The Issue is, when the Camera is Zooming In, and Out, The Imported image stays in one place.
I need to do some kind of Embedding, to the image so it looks like it is part of the movie
Is that possible ?
As Mylenium said earlier, this has nothing to do with UV mapping, but instead it does pertain to performing a 3D matchmove or track. You could keyframe position (3D) or position and scale (2D) to try to mimic your footage motion, but it will take a good amount of finessing to make it look natural.
Yeah, I probably shouldn't have brought UV back into the discussion, but oh well.. Wikipedia is still a worthwhile place to visit...
If you are interested in an inexpensive matchmoving program, have a look at SynthEyes. It's great! It's also a nice companion to AE, allowing you to track points that travel offscreen. This overcomes AE's shortcoming of trying to track position and scale when the points go offscreen.
Dear Mr. David Wigfross.
Thank you very much.
Yes that is what i need ""SynthEyes"" .
I saw some of the demonstrations in the web,,
I think the 64 bit version is around $400.
Is there any way we can do whatSynthEyes dose with After Effect ?
is SynthEyes a plug in ?