Mocha HitFilm is a powerful planar tracker and rotoscope tool which comes with HitFilm Pro or as an add-on for HitFilm Express. Today, we’re showing you how to get started with this powerful piece of kit. After watching this you’ll know how to track planes and rotoscope everything!


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24 thoughts on “How to use Mocha HitFilm for tracking & rotoscoping

  1. Great tutorial! And HitFilm users be aware that the full Mocha Pro plug-in with advanced object removal and stabilization can run inside HitFilm. It is a $295 option available on Boris FX. Make sure to install the OFX version. https://borisfx.com/products/mocha-pro/

  2. Nice overview! I haven't used the current version of Mocha Hitfilm (I use the 2017 Mocha Pro), so I have to ask if the Insert menu got taken out if the Basics interface? Being able to add a large checkerboard or mocha logo has always been better for my eyes to check a track than the thin pink grid.

    Oddly I've never actually used tracking markers for a phone replacement. I've tended to have the phone in selfie mode, tracked the bezel, and layered my replacement screen in at about 95% opacity. The selfie feed bleeding through looks like reflection.

  3. A grand intro to Mocha in the new HitFilm release! I'm wondering if Mocha can be used to track a 3D object to tack it to something in the video, ie. Put a CG helmet on an actor's face so you don't have to build a practical one?

  4. You've got good information trying to make itself heard despite unnecessary and overly loud background music. It's like watching a tutorial in an elevator…

  5. Thank you for the video. Well made.
    But i think it's too much work, i can't see the benefits instead a manual rotoscoping

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