Welcome to the Badship education category. Here we're looking into our Introduction to Matchmoving Tutorials. Matchmoving, sometimes referred to as motion tracking or camera solving, is the process of integrating or 'matching' computer graphics elements into live action filmed footage. Using the tracking data to advise correct position, scale, orientation, and motion relative to the photographed objects in the shot. Tricking the viewer into thinking the computer graphics were actually being filmed in real time and part of the film. Follow Motion Tracking Tutorials on Badship to understand how it's a crucial part of many visual effects shots. Popular Matchmoving industry standard software is covered from After Effects, NUKE, PFTrack, Blender, Cinema 4DSynthEyes, 3DEqualizer and more.