Post Group: Newbie
Recently, I came across 3D motion tracking, which can easily be done with free/cheap software. In case you don't know what 3D tracking is: you can take footage from a camera and the tracking-program will analyze how your camera moved around in 3D space. That data can then be imported into a 3D animation program, so you can put objects in your 3D space which then will 'stick' to your footage, as if they were there.
The tracking software is no problem; you can find a lot of software that does a great job at tracking (Icarus/VooCAT). The problem is, that I've yet to find out how/whether you can import the tracking data into Kinemac to place objects on the scene. I've seen this done with Maya and other 3D programs, but not Kinemac.
Is there any way this would be possible? I'd love to be able to just use Kinemac for this, rather than buying some expensive piece of software just for this...