I searched the web and the forum for general consultation in this matter but there isn't much that goes into detail.
So sorry if this has been posted before and I hope everything else is correct since this is one of my first posts
I am new to NUKE and maybe this is more of a general technique kind of question but ill shot and see where we get.
I have 5 mins of footage recorded in 120 fps. Quite a few frames and all of it is going to be tracked and the markers removed.
I have started out in nuke with a few tutorials and gotten quite far but have experienced some issues and gotten some questions.
1. Is it possible to use a 3d camera track from PFTrack (or nuke) to remove markers using that?
The following questions are about using 2d tracking and cloning/shapes.
2. How do I change the actual feathering of a clone brush?
I have a few markers on a wall with a long gradient shadow on it. Would be awsome to feather the cloning.
3. Is it better to clone in Photoshop and then replace with that? guess id have to introduce new grain to those stills then?
4. When removing markers on a mixed motion shot that dolly's and pans the room the markers get bigger and smaller. What is the best approach here?
Is it better to clone different parts of the shoot or perhaps track two corners of each marker to introduce scaling in the track?
I have more thoughts and questions but well start there.