To make sure the titles will integrate into the video, the first step you will need to accomplish is to track the shot and solve the camera. How can you track a shot and solve the camera in Adobe After Effects? In this movie, author Eran Stern will walk you through how to track motion in a shot and solve the camera in Adobe After Effects.
- To make sure that titles will integrate into the video,…the first step we will need to accomplish is to track…the shot and solve the camera.…Now this is a straightforward procedure…inside After Effects.…Just in case you haven't seen it yet,…I'm going to walk you through this process.…So the first step over here is, of course, to solve…the camera tracking in order to get some tracker points…that will help us to add titles that will be…on top of those rock formations.…
Before I'm going to apply the camera tracking effect,…I want to pre-compose this layer since I've scaled it…inside Premiere Pro and then copy and paste it over here.…I just want to start with a fresh copy.…So in order to do so, make sure that clip is selected…in the Comp panel, then go to the Layer menu,…and choose Pre-compose.…I'm going to name it Source.…Make sure to move all the attributes…into the new composition.…We don't really care about those two options,…and just say OK.…
Now we can right click on this clip,…and from the Context menu, we can choose Track Camera.…
This course works through real-world scenarios, showcasing impressive type effects used to create visually stunning scenes. To make type integrate seamlessly with the footage, Eran demonstrates how to use tracking, rotoscoping, particles, distortions, camera effects, and more. Compositing is performed in Premiere Pro as the main editing hub. In addition to Photoshop and After Effects, the course also explores a PixelSquid plugin, a Bounce Pack set of transitions, ReelSmart Motion Blur, a Continuum Complete set of 3D objects, and some text design templates of Titler Pro 4. These third-party plugins are introduced to complement your workflow while keeping time spent outside the editing interface minimal. This course is designed to equip you with the skills needed to create promos, trailers, and openers that exhibit superb use of 3D titles.
- Creating 3D objects and type
- Rendering text
- Animating with motion and transitions
- Faking depth with rotoscoping
- Working with multiple layers
- Creating a shatter explosion
- Floating type in a liquid text simulation
- Attaching type to a moving object within a scene
- Adding motion graphics to movement within a scene