How to 3D Camera Track 360 Footage in After Effects | SkyBox Studio
Mikey Borup (After Effects Tutorials w/Mikey) shows us exactly how to 3D Camera Track 360 footage in After Effects. Camera tracking or match moving is primarily used to track the movement of a camera through a shot. That way you can add or remove objects in a scene, and they will match the perspective and look seamlessly integrated into the scene. It’s much trickier to do with 360 footage than with 2D footage, but Mikey figured out a technique and shares it in this tut. He camera tracks a Billboard, and adds a 3D Rock into the scene. Very practical and cool stuff!
How to 3D Camera Track with 360 Footage in After Effects.
Final result: your rock is in your 360 scene and follows the 3D camera movement.
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is it possible to parent a text (lyrics) to the master camera of a 360 video? when you export the 360 video and play it, it will look like the text is parent to the camera while looking at different angles.
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What Camera or camera setup are you using (Then/Now)? This is the only video I can find on this. Thanks!
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