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Old 30-10-2008, 02:06 AM   #1
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Here is a shot I did recently that shows one of the ships from the movie Exile buzzing around one of my computer stations.

spaceship in my room
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that was actually really good and realistic, good job man


is that one of those webcams that follows movement? :p
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LOL! No, actually, I shot the background plate with a Canon GL1. The match moving was done by a friend of mine who does this stuff professionally.
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that looks awesome, I'm about to experiment with matchmoving I don't really know much about it so this should be fun.
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For the match moving, all I did was make little Xs on the wall and table. If you look close you can see them. The guy who ran the solver said it worked without too much tweeking.
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ha ha - nice job velusion - that looked really good.
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