Adjusting ray-tracing quality


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Adjusting ray-tracing quality

The Camera Tracker inside of Adobe After Effects is nothing short of amazing. It can analyze the footage and recreate a camera inside of After Effects to replicate the camera that you actually shot the footage with. This way you can insert any elements that you have created into the scene and make it look like they were actually there. To get started let's look at our footage. I'm going to press 0 and load up a RAM Preview and you can see that I have some rather shaky footage. And I did this as kind of a proof of concept.

I went out and shot this with my iPhone and I wanted it to be shaky, because I wanted to see just how powerful this Camera Tracker could be. So I'm going to press Home and apply the Camera Tracker. Now there are multiple ways you can apply the tracker. First way, if you right-click on the layer you can choose Track Camera. When this happens you will see this blue bar that pops-up and in the upper left corner of your Effects control you will get a status updat...

Adjusting ray-tracing quality
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Adjusting ray-tracing quality provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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