Look at the Curve Editor After Effects


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Looking at the Curve Editor

Using the Adjust Track tab, I was able to fine tune the planar surface. It's hidden now, I'll turn that back on, though. I do have to make sure Layer is selected also, and there it is. In terms of the number of keyframes, I click on one of the corners after I zoom in. They match all the keyframes that the X-Spline had. So that's set up and good to go now. I do want to mention one other way to edit, and that's the Curve Editor. If you go down to the Curve Editor tab and click that, you get a Curve Editor similar to one you might have in some other program like After Effects.

What you'll see is a list of various things you can edit. Now in terms of the points, if you click on one of those, like this corner of the planar surface, and you go down to the layer name, for instance Cheek, expand that, you'll see various sub- categories, including Track. Also there's Adjust Track section for what we just did with the planar surface. Here are the corners here. What we'...

Looking at the Curve Editor
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Looking at the Curve Editor provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Lee Lanier as part of the VFX Techniques: Tracking Objects onto a Face

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