Camera move

Posted by Jim Long 
Camera move
February 25, 2011 12:14PM
How do you isolate the floor from the images as the camera sweeps the "scene"?
For example, in one of Mark Spencer's tutorials he is rotating four images on a floor.
His floor doesn't seem to be moving while the camera rotates about the images.

And Mark says the images have "Reflection turned on." Is there a reflection filter?
He has a great tutorial on making the reflections, but if there is an easier way . . .
Thank you for your time,
Re: Camera move
February 28, 2011 10:28AM
What version of Motion are you using? Also have you got the link to the video? I can have a look and tell you about the floor. Depending on the version of motion depends on how you get refections to work.
Re: Camera move
March 01, 2011 12:22AM
Thanks for responding, but I found the answer in Mark Spencer's "Deep Dive"
Add background as the bottom layer and make it 2D. 2D objects at the root level are not affected by the Camera move. So the contents of the background layer stay in the same place.
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