Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Verifying the track, part of After Effects and mocha AE: Screen Replacement.
…We've performed our track on our laptop…screen and we've defined our surface, which…are the four corners of the new screen we're going to place in After Effects.…These are where it's going to be corner-pinned.…And as I play this back, it looks like it's going to be a pretty good track.…But there's a couple more tools in Mocha, to…verify whether or not this is a good track.…One is to use the grid.…The planar grid is attached to you planar…surface but extends well beyond it. Let me show you.…
I'll enable it.…Initially its fairly coarse, so then we go to this little fly out menu in…the upper right corner and open up…my viewer preferences, and make a tighter grind.…And here's a place where Mocha really differs…from After Effects, the way that you edit parameters.…You don't scrub left and right, in Mocha, you rotate around the selected value.…I'm going to rotate around until I see some grid lines…that line up to the size of my planar surface.…I'm going to do the same thing with my Y.…And then get something that's roughly the aspect ratio of…
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- Tracking in mocha AE
- Corner pinning in After Effects
- Rotoscoping with Roto Brush and Refine Edge
- Matching color and depth of field
- Reversible stabilization with Warp Stabilizer VFX