Thursday, 17 June 2010

Imagineer & BOSFCPUG: 50% off mocha for final cut!



Imagineer Systems, creators of the mocha family of planar tracking & roto tools, is happy to support the Boston Final Cut community & attendees of the Boston SuperMeet with an exclusive discount on mocha for Final Cut.   Built on patented 2.5 D planar tracking technology, mocha for Final Cut is designed to complement your Final Cut Pro editing workflow, offering a powerful, intuitive and innovative planar tracking solution.
Add advanced motion tracking and roto to your FCP kit!
Offer expires on June 30, 2010

Details:
  • mocha for Final Cut ...... $110  (50% off!)
  • mocha shape FxPlug .....$55 (50% off!)
To take advantage of this special discount simply:
  1. Visit Imagineer's on-line shop (http://www​.imagineer​systems.co​m/store/)  to buy your special discounted license.
  2. Add desired mocha for Final Cut and mocha shape FxPlug to your cart.
  3. Go to checkout
  4. Fill in the customer information page
  5. On the order details page add the following coupon code to get the discount: bosfcpug
  6. Finish check out.
For more information, go to: http://www​.imagineer​systems.co​m/products​/mocha_for​_Final_Cut​/
Questions? Email sales@imag​ineersyste​ms.com

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

mocha 2.0.1 is now available

We have just released mocha 2.0.1, which is now available here:
http://www.imagineersystems.com/download/

The mocha 2.0.1 update includes:

  • Various viewer and GUI fixes
  • Nuke export is now based on the frame offset to avoid timing issues with read nodes 
  • Significant performance improvements. 
See the release note in the download for the complete list of changes.

Monday, 7 June 2010

Case Study: Tiger Music Video - Face Replacement



Earlier this year, Italian director Francesco Calabrese and VFX freelance artist, Fabrizio Bonaga were thinking of ways to collaborate with Amari, an aspiring band from Udine, Italy, with whom they’d become quite friendly with in recent months. Calabrese wanted to do something funny, creative, challenging, and even a little crazy. So the idea was hatched to make a film-style music video based on a series of classic science fiction movies and to realistically insert the band members into as many shots as possible.

Original footage

Amari band member on green screen

Final composite with tracked face replacement and back plate


The full article can be read here along with breakdown videos:
http://www.imagineersystems.com/stories/tiger/