Retouch Video Footage with the Rubber Stamp Tool in After Effects CS6


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Retouching with the Rubber Stamp tool

As we scrub through the project, you can see I've got some issues here that I could definitely use the Clone Stamp tool to fix. For example, this hair that appears to be on the lens and this dirt that's up here; notice as I scrub when the turbine goes by, it overlaps. That could be problematic. But we can fix it relatively easily with the Clone Stamp tool. Now the Clone Stamp tool is driven by the Paint Engine in After Effects. So the way that works, you have to double- click the layer to open up the Layer panel.

So if we double-click, here we have a Layer panel window, and in here, we could paint with our Clone Stamp tool. But since this is a paint function, if you go to the Workspace pulldown, notice there is a Paint option. So let's change our workspace to Paint. Now that we're in Paint, you can see on the left, we have the Composition Viewer and then right here, we have the Layer panel. So within the Layer panel itself, we can actually paint once we grab our Clone tool.

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Retouching with the Rubber Stamp tool
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Retouching with the Rubber Stamp tool 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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After Effects
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