Build A Strong Foundation With Match Move Skills
Learn From This Comprehensive Course

Embark on an exciting journey to learn blending real-life footage with computer-generated elements seamlessly. The course is designed to give you an in-depth understanding of the Match Move process, a crucial technique used in the post-production process of film-making.

You will learn to track camera movements and incorporation to create a realistic and cohesive scene. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the entire process of learning advanced techniques.

Our hands-on approaches to software learning, such as Nuke and Maya, are widely used in the industry. Going further into the course, you will learn the techniques used in visual effects to isolate objects or elements in a scene. By the end of the course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the Match Move process and be able to create stunning visual effects that seamlessly integrate with real-life footage.

We have designed this course to provide you with the knowledge, tools, and practical experience to become a skilled artist.

  • Learn to track the camera movement in real footage and extract essential data for creating a virtual environment.
  • Using the data from camera tracking to solve for the camera’s position and orientation to match real-life footage.
  • Ability to stabilize the shaky footage using different techniques that enables to create a stable environment.
  • Learn about camera projections, modelling, texturing, lighting, and multiple techniques and tools.
  • Isolating the objects or elements in the scene using essential techniques in the match move process.
  • Hands-on experience with projects for applying your skills in a practical way throughout the course.

Why specialize in Match Move?

As the film industry continues to evolve, there is a growing demand for visual effects artists who specialize in Match Move

Growing Demand

With the rise of digital media and streaming services, the demand for high-quality visual effects has increased significantly. This has created a growing demand for Match Move specialists who can seamlessly blend real-life footage with computer-generated elements.

High Salaries

The average salary for a visual effects artist specializing in Match Move is around 80k per month. This varies from the skill set and experience. However, specializing in Match Move can be a lucrative career choice.


It can set you apart from others with unique skills and knowledge that can be valuable in the film industry. Employers are always looking for specialists who can bring something unique to the table.

Career Opportunities

Match Move specialization can open up a wide range of career opportunities. You can work in the film industry, animation, gaming, advertising, and many other fields that require visual effects.

Professional Development

By specializing in Match Move, you can continue to develop your skills and knowledge in this area. This can lead to new opportunities, increased earning potential, and a fulfilling career in the film industry.

Industry-Standard Software

We use industry-standard software such as Nuke and Maya, widely used in the visual effects industry. Learning these software tools will give you the knowledge and skills needed for real-world competition

Unlock the Door to Your Dream Job

In our journey with a student, we ensure they get access to the best job opportunities in the industry and top-notch Match Move skills. Upon completing our Match Move course, students are welcomed into our placement assistance program, where our dedicated team works tirelessly to help them take the next step in their careers.

We have built a strong placement assistance program where students can access exclusive job opportunities. Additionally, we help students prepare for interviews, refine their resumes, and even arrange mock interviews to ensure they are well-prepared and confident.

What Our Alumni Say?

  • The course was a game-changer for me. I came in with some basic knowledge, but the course provided in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience with industry-standard software such as Nuke and Maya.
  • The instructors were knowledgeable, patient, and always available to answer questions. The course covered all the essential aspects of Match Move, from camera tracking to compositing, and the experience was invaluable.
  • Course provided me with a deeper understanding of Match Move and the tools and techniques used in the process. Practical projects challenged me and allowed me to apply my knowledge and skills.

Combination of theoretical knowledge and practical projects, you will gain the skills and confidence needed to pursue a successful Match Move career.

  • Overview of Match Move and its role in visual effects
  • Explanation of camera tracking and its importance
  • Understanding of coordinate systems and transformations
  • Introduction to camera tracking software such as SynthEyes and PFTrack
  • Techniques for tracking different types of shots, including static, moving, and handheld shots
  • Tips for troubleshooting common tracking issues
  • Methods for solving the camera and object motion in a shot
  • Understanding of match-moving software such as Nuke and Maya
  • Techniques for object tracking and scene reconstruction
  • Explanation of compositing and its importance in visual effects
  • Techniques for integrating 3D objects into live-action footage
  • Understanding of lighting and shading in the context of compositing
  • Methods for tracking difficult shots, including shots with motion blur and depth of field
  • Techniques for solving for lens distortion and other camera effects
  • Understanding of multi-camera setups and their impact on Match Move
  • Hands-on projects to apply the concepts learned in the course
  • Opportunities to work on real-world scenarios and refine Match Move skills
  • Feedback and guidance from instructors to improve project work

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  • LevelAll Levels
  • Duration15 hours 20 minutes
  • Lessons12 Lessons