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I am GOPAL KACHRU BHAGAWT Student of B.voc (animation). III rd year. My research topic is- MOCHA AE.

INTRODUCTION I am GOPAL KACHRU BHAGAWT Student of B.voc (animation). III r d year. My research


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What is sound ?/What is sound designing?


Sound designing History


Types of sounds


Sound recording


Editing of sound


Software of sounds


New techniques of sound designing and editing


Sound designing equipments


Examples of songs






What is Mocha ?

Does After Effects come with mocha?

Mocha AE CC (Mocha for After Effects is now a plug-in and updated with GPU accelerated planar tracking, new Mocha Essentials workspace and improved

workflow for AE

through Adobe Creative Cloud.

Note: All Mocha AE CC software updates are delivered

Does After Effects come with mocha?

What is Mocha AE used for?

Mocha is a third-party program included in the Creative Cloud that can be used toget accurate and consistent tracking. Tracking data in Mocha can be easily integrated with After Effects and Premiere Pro making it a great tool to use alongside an Adobe workflow project.Jan 21, 2015

What can I use After Effects for?

Adobe After Effects is a Digital Visual Effects, Motion Graphics, and Compositing application developed by Adobe Systems. It is generally used in the Post- Production Process of Film Making and Television Production. It functions as a very basic Non-Linear Editor, Audio Editor and Media Transcoder.

Imagineer Systems

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Jump to navigation Jump to search Imagineer Systems Limited is a software company that specializes in the development and maintenance of several visual effects (vfx) software applications, used throughout all levels of film, video and broadcast post-production. The company was founded in June 2000 by Allan Jaenicke and Philip McLauchlan. The pair had previously been carrying out joint research, at the University of Surrey, in advanced computer vision technology. By developing mostly specialized (fine-tuning) applications, Imagineer created a versatile product base that was both cross-platform and compatible with other third party tools, editing software, and compositing suites.

The applications produced by Imagineer have been used widely within the film industry, notably within blockbuster movies such as Casino Royale, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and X-Men: The Last Stand.





Imagineer offers three major desktop VFX applications for distribution. For the core products a naming convention has been adopted: starting each application with the Letter MO („mo‟ is representative of the word motion (i.e., Motion Picture))

Current products

The following are as of January 2011 the stand-alone applications produced by Imagineer systems; all of the following are available on multi platform (Windows 2000 and above, Linu):

mocha Pro mocha Pro is a stand-alone software utility optimized for visual effects and post-production challenges. Containing the following modules:

Planar Motion Tracking Advanced Roto & Mask Creation Object Removal & Clean Plate Lens Distortion Calibration 3D Camera Solver Screen Inserts & Mesh Warper Image Stabilization

mocha Plus is a stand-alone tracking and roto tool updated to support both After Effects, Premiere Pro and Final Cut users. mocha Plus helps solve problematic shots that challenge the built in tools of After Effects and Final Cut by bringing advanced planar tracking and matte creation tools in a simple, easy to learn interface. Accurate roto masks can quickly be created with variable per-point edge feathering in record time. Included mocha shape plug-ins allow users to import roto shapes directly to an After Effects layer or Final Cut timeline.

Discontinued products

mokey is a standalone toolset that is used for removing wires, rigs, logos, scratches, hairs and other undesired elements in commercial, film and corporate video post production work. Current Version: 4.1.5


monet is a standalone software used to track and composite for commercial, film and corporate video post production work. The software uses Imagineer unique 2.5D planar tracking and shadow/highlight extraction technology that offers a standalone

solution for performing virtual product placement. Current Version:


mocha for Final Cut is a version of mocha that is restricted to work only with Apple Final Cut Studio. Current Version: 2.1.0

motor is based on the same Planar tracking within Mokey and Monet. Motor affords you the ability to automate a large part of the rotoscoping process. All of motor's features were included in mocha, and with the release of mocha v2, motor was discontinued. Final Version: 1.5.4

moxel is a standalone software that is used as part of „standards and practice‟ work, such as removing undesired branding and obscuring identities by using image recognition techniques. Final Version: 1.0.2

mofex is a set of plug-ins for Apple‟s Shake compositing software for manipulating elements being composited, the plug in also supports application with lens distortion, allows the calculation and application of shadows and highlights and the application of tracking marker filter with adaptive anti-aliasing filtering warping and temporal median filtering. Final Version: 1.1.4 (For Apple Shake 4.1) and 1.1.3 (For Apple Shake 3.5)



Imagineer Systems was established in June 2000 by Allan Jaenicke and Philip McLauchlan. The pair had been carrying out a joint research project at the University of Surrey in Guildford, United Kingdom, with the aim of applying the latest computer vision research to the problem of image registration - the stitching together of disparate still image. McLauchlan focused on development of the core algorithms whilst Jaenicke focused on building a user interface that would allow a user to „stitch‟ together spherical and cylindrical mosaics.

During some trials with video sequences McLauchlan discovered that the algorithms developed had a different and more useful aspect. When analyzing a panning shot of Stefan Edberg playing tennis, the algorithms quickly removed Stefan from the shot, computing a clean background shot. Some discussions with a manufacturer in the post production space revealed that there was a real need for such a product to perform wire & rig removal and so mokey, the company's first product, launched at IBC2001, was born. Two years later in May 2003, the refined software monet came to light. A technology demo led the internal R&D team at top London effects house Cinesite to conclude that Imagineer had the technology to solve a specific upcoming problem: namely how to efficiently insert the animated paintings into the picture frames in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. After an intensive development period working hand in hand with the Cinesite team, Imagineer announced monet at IBC2003, releasing version 1.0 a year later at


Imagineer Systems is now owned by Boris FX, a motion graphics and visual effects software development company, after an acquisition in 201




New Mocha AE Features:

Advanced Tracking and Masking in After Effects


NOVEMBER 7, 2018


Adobe recently released a major update for After Effects CC and delivered great news for the visual effects and post-production community. Mocha AE, which has been bundled with After Effects for over ten years (since CS4), has been updated with a major overhaul, delivering new features and an improved workflow for advanced motion tracking and masking tasks.

Long time AE users know and love Mocha AE for tracking cell phones and screens and replacing logos. However, after many years, the tool needed some improvements. Previously, Mocha AE was a bundled standalone application (and not fully integrated inside After Effects). Now it‟s a true plugin and has been improved with faster GPU accelerated planar tracking, a new Mocha Essentials workspace, and High DPI/Retina Monitor support with crisp new icons.


To get started with the new version in After Effects CC (October 2018 release), select an AE layer and apply Mocha from the Animation Menu with “Track in Mocha” (pictured) or by going to Effects > Boris FX Mocha.

Mocha Essentials Workspace

For new users, the Mocha experience has been updated with a simple, intuitive workspace called Mocha Essentials. This hides some of the complexity behind Mocha‟s advanced tools and focuses on core planar- tracking tools. Just draw a shape around a surface you want to track and


hit the Track Forwards button. Choose the type of motion you want to capture and let Mocha do the rest.

For more choices and features, advanced users can always switch to the “Classic” workspace.

GPU Tracking

Depending on your video card, GPU power will dramatically increase your tracking speeds which is very useful when working at high resolution. To make sure GPU is enabled in Mocha AE, go to File > Preferences > GPU. You can check the Boris FX Mocha tech page to learn more about the best recommended hardware.


New Tracking & Masking Data Workflow Previously, the workflow to get Mocha data back into

New Tracking & Masking Data Workflow

Previously, the workflow to get Mocha data back into AE was via clipboard copy/paste. This workflow has now changed, and within the Mocha AE plugin panel you now use the “Create Tracking Data” and “Create AE Masks” buttons to exchange data without launching the Mocha interface.


This short video tutorial from Mocha product specialist Mary Poplin specifically covers the new workflow

This short video tutorial from Mocha product specialist Mary Poplin specifically covers the new workflow for getting your data back to the AE timeline:

If you‟re looking for more Mocha training, check out our other featured blog posts on Pond5, or visit Mocha TV at Boris FX for hundreds of useful tutorials covering planar tracking and advanced rotoscoping.

Once you get up to speed with Mocha AE, you can also get started with Mocha Pro 2019 for even more advanced visual-effects tools for both both After Effects and Premiere Pro.