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Getting Started in 3DEqualizer
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Released Jun 21, 2015
Michael Raphaelovich

Guest Tutor

Michael Raphaelovich
In this 3DEqualizer tutorial we'll take our first steps into this powerful software.

It will allow you to track and solve 3D cameras from your footage. We'll dive into the basic tools that will allow you tackle shots such as zoom shots, nodal pan shots and regular shots. We’ll also go over the method for using 3D geometry within 3DEqualizer to evaluate the quality of our solve.

By the end of this 3DEqualizer training you'll have a well-rounded understanding of 3DEqualizer, and how you can start using its powerful features in your own projects.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
01:01
Graphic user interface
2

Graphic user interface

 
07:23
Importing the footage to start tracking
3

Importing the footage to start tracking

 
12:07
Tracking the footage
4

Tracking the footage

 
07:35
Creating / solving the 3D camera
5

Creating / solving the 3D camera

 
09:58
Using 3D geometry within 3Dequalizer
6

Using 3D geometry within 3Dequalizer

 
09:26
Nodal pan shots
7

Nodal pan shots

 
09:58
Automatic tracking in 3Dequalizer
8

Automatic tracking in 3Dequalizer

 
09:56
Variable focal length shots
9

Variable focal length shots

 
11:28