Beziere Mask still need its own dedicated Motion Tracker in VP18

alifftudm95 wrote on 8/5/2020, 10:26 AM

The Beziere Mask I do still think it needs to have its own motion tracker. I'm talking from a color grading point of view.  Maybe what VEGAS team can do for the Beziere Mask is to make it only motion track the mask position. Let the new dedicated motion tracking panel do the Data Transfering. VP17 color grading workflow is so good, I can add a bezier mask from the grading panel, do masking & motion track, all directly there in one FX.

In VP18 I need to get through the New Motion Tracker first, then send the data to Beziere Mask, & back to the grading panel.  Trust me, this will reduce all of the hassles for colorists if the Beziere Mask remain the same as it use to be.

 

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lan-mLMC wrote on 8/5/2020, 4:00 PM

It is a good idea bezier mask has its own tracker. But the maintaining is a problem.

When new motion tracker add some feature or bug, they have to spent another time and hardwork to upgrade bezier mask motion tracking or fix its bug.

Unless leave bezier mask motion tracking what V17 is like and don't upgrade it. But it will be rather strange that new motion tracker keeps upgrading while bezier mask motion tracking not.

alifftudm95 wrote on 8/5/2020, 11:04 PM

It is a good idea bezier mask has its own tracker. But the maintaining is a problem.

When new motion tracker add some feature or bug, they have to spent another time and hardwork to upgrade bezier mask motion tracking or fix its bug.

Unless leave bezier mask motion tracking what V17 is like and don't upgrade it. But it will be rather strange that new motion tracker keeps upgrading while bezier mask motion tracking not.

I don't think maintaining is the problem. I'm pretty sure the new Motion Tracker is the same tracking system from the Beziere Mask itself. If they wanted to upgrade the motion tracker, prolly the accuracy and the way it analyse the footage, which both share the same type of system. The UI is something that VEGAS team can work on.

I personally use it alot, and I like how we can see the custom mask shapes we made being motion track.

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RogerS wrote on 8/5/2020, 11:06 PM

If I'm understanding right it's less about the underlying technology and more about the interface- how can we keep motion tracking as an option with bezier masking within the color grading panel (which is a bit distinct from other Fx).

alifftudm95 wrote on 8/5/2020, 11:14 PM

If I'm understanding right it's less about the underlying technology and more about the interface- how can we keep motion tracking as an option with bezier masking within the color grading panel (which is a bit distinct from other Fx).

Reason why VEGAS introduce the new Motion Tracking panel so that user no longer to use script to send the tracking data to PiP/Text, which is great. I like it that way.

But what they can do is get rid of the Beziere Mask ability to send tracking data to PiP. Let it just track the mask internally. It can also receive data from Motion Tracking panel if user wanted too.

Idk, just my suggestion. I really want Beziere Mask motion tracking ability. I can do all of that in Grading Panel in VP17.

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