The videos below explain different aspects of mmSolver.

All official videos can be found on the mmSolver YouTube Channel

Usage Guide

These videos explain the use of the Solver UI, and mmSolver shelf. Many features are explored and show examples for how the tools can be used.

These video uses mmSolver v0.2.0 (beta).

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Camera and Object Solve

How to line up a camera with known (surveyed) 3D positions, and solve a camera and object track. The video explains the basic usage of mmSolver.

This video uses mmSolver v0.2.0 (beta).

Multi-Camera and Object Solve

Using mmSolver to solve multiple cameras; solving a shot camera, witness camera and object track. We do not need to have shared 2D tracking information in order to solve using multiple cameras. The demonstration also shows the Smooth Keyframes tool, used to smooth an animation curve then re-solve. A single frame camera line-up for multiple cameras is also shown.

This video uses mmSolver v0.2.1.

Hierarchical Object Solve

This video covers installation and solving a Head and Jaw control of a rig. The full installation instructions are here. This video uses mmSolver v0.1.1.


The video does not mention the need to install for Qt.py. If working in a production environment, this may already be installed. If it is not installed, please see the full installation instructions linked above for details.

Nodal Camera and Object Solve

This video explains the basic usage of mmSolver, solving individual rotation attributes for an eye, and a nodal camera. This video uses a beta version of mmSolver and will look different from the latest release.