|Name||Pixel Film Studios – Auto-Tracker.dmg|
|Created on||2018-04-18 12:09:59|
|Files||Pixel Film Studios – Auto-Tracker.dmg (17.40 MB)|
Descriptions for Pixel Film Studios – Auto-Tracker
The FCPX Auto-Tracker is a motion tracking tool created exclusively for Final Cut Pro X. Easily track text, pictures, logos, videos, and animations to subjects in footage with a single click. The Auto-Trackers technology gives users the ability to achieve fast and accurate tracks without having to set a single keyframe. Track forward, track backwards, and track multiple objects in a single scene. FCPX Auto-Tracker is a Final Cut Pro X exclusive plugin.
This plugin requires Final Cut Pro 10.3 or higher and Mac OS 10.12 or higher.
Web Site: http://store.pixelfilmstudios.com/product/fcpx-auto-tracker/
Tracking Objects with FCPX Auto-Tracker
Point Tracking Made Simple
The FCPX Auto-Tracker makes tracking text, pictures, videos, and animations to subjects an absolute breeze with motion tracking technology. Simply apply a tracker preset to your footage, select an area, and track! Completely bypass the the tediousness of manual key-framing with automatic tracking from Pixel Film Studios.
Modify, Add, and Delete Track points
The FCPX Auto-Tracker allows users to patch-up imperfect tracks with simple controls. Click on a point to move the track point and hold down the shift key to make adjustments to both scale and rotation. Utilize the hot-key Option + Click to delete unwanted points. Editors can delete a single track point or many track points at once. Lastly, Auto-Tracker users can add new points by holding down the option key and click on empty frames.
Track Multiple Objects per Scene
Place multiple instances of the Auto-Tracker on the same footage to track multiple objects onto different subjects in the same scene. Auto-Trackers interface makes precision motion tracking quick and easy so that you spend cut editing time and achieve amazing results.
Tracks Scale & Rotation
The FCPX Auto-Tracker features the ability to track rotation and scale, allowing editors to create the illusion of tracking in 3D space. This feature works best when a subject is moving directly toward the camera. With built in smoothing options, editors can smooth out scale and rotation tracking data with a single click.