Compositing footage into the tracked scene


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Compositing footage into the tracked scene

Once you have an object on one of these surfaces, there is a few ways of getting a real layer in its place. My preferred way is to go to see how big my target layer is going to be. 1007x802, okay. I go to my solid, open up its Solid Settings, make it the same size, so things come across correctly. 802. Maybe do a little preliminary scaling. S for Scale, scrub down to where it's going to fit that building. I can always scale this later of course.

Then, with both the solid selected and with the layer selected in the Project panel, hold down the Option key on Mac, Alt key on Windows, drag my layer in, let go, and one will replace the other. I'll get a quick RAM preview here and see how well that image stays stuck to this building. So far, it doesn't look too bad. While this preview is calculating, I am going to point out an important point. Which renderer you're using has a big impact on what you can do with this object that you have added to the scene.

If your goal is extrude an ...

Compositing footage into the tracked scene
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Compositing footage into the tracked scene provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer as part of the After Effects CS6 New Features

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