Save camera path as fbx

  • Is there any way to save/export camera path from Enscape as fbx. We use Enscape with Rhino. And we need to export fbx file for After Effects to add some animated objects in it. And fbx file would be the best way to track Enscape camera path in After Effects.

  • Is there any way to save/export camera path from Enscape as fbx. We use Enscape with Rhino. And we need to export fbx file for After Effects to add some animated objects in it. And fbx file would be the best way to track Enscape camera path in After Effects.

    I'm afraid this is not yet possible, at least not that I'm aware of. You can, of course, save any camera path of yours as an .xml file, but I doubt that there is a tool to convert this to an .fbx file. Still, I can gladly file your inquiry as a feature request! :)

  • I'm afraid this is not yet possible, at least not that I'm aware of. You can, of course, save any camera path of yours as an .xml file, but I doubt that there is a tool to convert this to an .fbx file. Still, I can gladly file your inquiry as a feature request! :)

    At what time you think it would be possible to save/export camera path as fbx ?

  • At what time you think it would be possible to save/export camera path as fbx ?

    No ETA at the moment; I'll forward your inquiry to our developers as well. :)

  • Any news on this? Or any other camera path export - import option?

    It's great to use Enscape and it would be real game-changer to see such a real-time render engine used for match-moving animations from drone camera videos or similar (e.g. drone camera video matched in AE and exported in Encsape...)

  • Any news on this? Or any other camera path export - import option?

    It's great to use Enscape and it would be real game-changer to see such a real-time render engine used for match-moving animations from drone camera videos or similar (e.g. drone camera video matched in AE and exported in Encsape...)

    Not at the moment I'm afraid. If you let me know what you'd be looking for exactly in that regard, I can forward it. :)

  • Thanks for fast response. I was thinking about integrating common workflow we currently doing - drone video> camera matchmaking> export camera and render in 3ds max.
    Currently none of the existing real-time rendering platforms don't have the ability to import these matched camera animation and use it...
    It would be great to achieve these kind of videos (

    ) using enscape animation export overlapped with drone videos in post...