ouch! your in for some big headaches...you could try scene genie for max
but i think it's only out for max 3 [i may be wrong].
lightwave has no camera match but i did read an article in newtechniques
about doing it by hand but this needed other objects in the scene and the
chap says it may take you a couple on months to pull off with any success,
so i think your on to a dead and here unless scene genie can help you.
Quote:> Hi, still another question:
> when shooting a life-action scene two or three years ago, we did not
> know about that technique of camera matchmoving: applying these tennis
> balls or else is the scene, put down their exact positions and let 3ds
> max (2.5) camera tracking utility run over the whole thing. Is there any
> other way to restore a handheld, moving camera track in the 3d scene?
> Unfortunately, it is a complete blue box-scene, so no other objects to
> hook on appear... Or is there anyone who can do this precisely enough
> just free-hand and by approximating?