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Masking out elements that can ruin a track

Masking out elements that can ruin a track: After Effects Guru: Tracking Cameras and Stabilizing Footage
Masking out elements that can ruin a track: After Effects Guru: Tracking Cameras and Stabilizing Footage

Sometimes when you are dealing with the 3D camera tracker in Adobe After Effects, you might have elements of the source footage that get in the way of a good track. How do you mask these things out so you can get a good track? Richard Harrington demonstrates how to create a good track by masking out elements in the scene in After Effects.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Q: This course was updated on 10/10/2017. What changed?

A: The following topic was updated: adding 3D text to a scene. In addition, new videos were added that cover masking out elements that can ruin a track, improving the Warp Stabilizer results by masking, and removing camera shake blur.

Skills covered in this course
Motion Graphics Video Video Editing After Effects

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