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Romeo Meier
How to insert an C4D Object into picture so that is standing on ground
on Oct 5, 2009 at 3:49:06 pm

well it may sound easy to do but when there is a picture of a mountain or an ground that isn't straight how can i put an object into that picture so that it seams as if it was standing For example on a hillside?

the object could be a cylinder for example, which could be used as a round tower


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Chris Martin
Re: How to insert an C4D Object into picture so that is standing on ground
on Oct 6, 2009 at 12:05:23 pm

Romeo,

I have a tutorial on this
http://www.kreativedomain.com/?p=234
but as you said it is on a flat surface. If I understand what you are saying then you would need to rotate the assets in Cinema to accommodate the hill. After that I think that it becomes a compositing issue to make it look ok at the base?
Hope that helps.
-Chris

Regards,

Chris Martin
http://www.kreativedomain.com


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Romeo Meier
Re: How to insert an C4D Object into picture so that is standing on ground
on Oct 12, 2009 at 9:31:43 pm

Thanks ...it has helped.

i just want to go a step further and do this with a video instead of a picture
is that possible?


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Chris Martin
Re: How to insert an C4D Object into picture so that is standing on ground
on Oct 12, 2009 at 9:39:25 pm

yes...but you will need some type of 3D tracking software like Syntheyes...check this out...

http://library.creativecow.net/articles/martin_chris/tracking_3d_object.php



Regards,

Chris Martin
http://www.kreativedomain.com


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Romeo Meier
Re: How to insert an C4D Object into picture so that is standing on ground
on Oct 13, 2009 at 7:12:59 pm

As far as I see is the Only thing Syntheyes does setting those tracking points Isn't there a way that i could do that with after effects?


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