Creation and Application of Four-Corner Pin in Motion 5


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Match Move: Four-corner pin

If you're unfamiliar with four-corner pin, basically what we're trying to do is take the four corners of a piece of footage and then tie those four corners into something else that is moving. A lot of times people use four-corner pin to black out a license plate or replace a sign. We are going to use it to actually do something slightly different. Here we have this piece of footage. If I press the spacebar here-- I will turn the audio off. Let's move that back here. If we press the spacebar, you can see the footage is moving, and what we need to do is just map in the logo and basically with a four-corner pin, we are going to make it look as though it was already painted on the ground.

So to do this we need to select the logo that we want to actually move and get placed into the background layer. And the way that this works is through a behavior under Motion Tracking called Match Move. In order to apply Match Move, we can just drag and drop it right onto our piece of footage. No...

Match Move: Four-corner pin
Video duration: 7m 25s 9h 1m Beginner Updated Aug 27, 2015

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Match Move: Four-corner pin provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 5 Essential Training

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