3.1 Using Geometry to Solve a Camera in PFTrack

3.1 Using Geometry to Solve a Camera in PFTrack

Providing PFTrack with as much information as possible from the set of a shoot can help get a good result more easily. The amount of information you could use can range from which camera and lens has been used, to the distance of specific features from the camera in a frame to a LIDAR scan or a set of photos of the location, to geometric models of structures on set.

2.3 Using Multiple Views to Solve Nodal Pans

2.3 Using Multiple Views to Solve Nodal Pans

There is one special kind of camera motion, that requires additional views to extract any kind of 3D: Nodal pans. This tutorial explains what nodal pans are and how they are different from other camera movements. After that we will use the same technique shown in the live session to add additional camera views of the same scene in order to obtain a real 3D result.