Photogrammetry Embedded


Image Credit: “Poldark” / VFX by Lexhag

3D Camera Tracking

2D to 3D Conversion

Stereoscopic Correction

Image Credit: Hybride Films “The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3D” / VFX by Dimension Films / Troublemaker Studios

Real Depth

Spherical Camera Toolset

PFTrack | 3D Tracking Reinvented

Tracking professionals throughout the VFX industry regard PFTrack as the most innovative product of its kind. With unparalleled flexibility, functionality and precision, it is the go to matchmoving and layout software for a reason: It does what the competition can’t.

Building on a rock-solid camera tracking and image analysis engine, PFTrack adds exclusive technologies that stretch far beyond the capabilities of other conventional matchmoving software, empowering visual artists to recreate entire scenes within an accurate world space defined by camera metrics.

Every VFX pipeline will benefit from data that only PFTrack can deliver, meaning creative possibilities are limitless, and accessible within a single working environment that inspires imagination.

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2017 Features Overview

Integrated PFDepth

PFTrack just got a whole lot deeper. Create and generate depth maps automatically from realworld camera metrics, save huge amounts of time with some of the industry’s most advanced rotoscoping tools, convert any 2D footage into 3D and benefit from the finest stereo pipeline commercially available. PFDepth is now completely integrated into the PFTrack Tree. Enjoy.

Enhanced UI for enhanced productivity

Store effects trees as presets and use them in other projects or share them with your colleagues. Nodes organised into logical groups. Store the most commonly used nodes in custom folders for quick retrieval. PFTrack just keeps getting better and better.

Automated multi-layer texture extraction

How do you improve the finest embedded photogrammetry tools in the industry? Simple. Add the ability to generate Normal, Displacement, Occlusion and Colour maps simply and quickly. Combined with our recently released Mesh Simplification Tools PFTrack 2017 now packs the ultimate asset building toolset for Games, VR, and VFX.

Expanded support for Digital Cinematography Cameras

Import and debayer Arri RAW directly in the tree. Automatically extract embedded camera metadata from RED and ARRI, and lens metadata from Cooke Optics. All available directly within the PFTrack 2017 tree and python scripting.

The magic RGBD sensor

It’s new, and it’s set to become an industry game changer. Depth sensing cameras are in their infancy, but we wanted to give PFTrack users early access to some experimental R&D. Check out the movie for a glimpse into of the future of VFX and VR asset capture, done the PFWay.

And much much more

For a more detailed overview of all the innovations, features and updates added to this release, follow this link.

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