Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video 3D tracking the hero shot, part of After Effects Apprentice 16: Creating a Medical Opening Title.
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Next, let's work at our Hero Shot.…The final video we're going to be looking at at the conclusion of our opening,…as well as the composition where we may also put our opening title.…To do this I'm going to go ahead and create a new composition.…I'm going to select my Comps folder ahead of time to make sure my Comp works into that folder.…And you can either use Composition>New Composition, …or click on the Create a New Composition button at the bottom of the Project panel.…I'm going to name this Comp, Hero + Title, our budget allowed for high…definition video for our final hero shots.…
I'm going to keep the same dimensions as my final Comp here, Frame Rate at…23976, same as my final, a Duration of 25, same as my Final. And I'll click OK.…And I am going to change this composition back to a View of 1 View.…Doing so does not alter my view from my Final Comp, they do remember their View…Settings independent of each other.…For my hero video, I've selected this piece of footage from a surgery.…As I drag my current time indicator through it, there are several people inside…
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- Creating and animating shape layers
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