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Camera Calibrator and the film offset nightmare

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So, I've done a camera calibration for a room and added in some elements & everything looks great.


But when I take it into After Effects through either Cineware or .aec it's completely off.


After much faffing around I think I've narrowed the issue down to the Film Offset in the camera.


Can anyone explain what the hell this is for, and how to counteract it in AE?!


It's driving me screaming mental.


I think there is a solution here...




but the links are broken.



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I'm not sure how you;d fix it in AE, but 'film offset' is essentially the same as 'lens shift' - as in a 'tilt and shift lens' - in real photography.
That might at least give you something to Google...

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