Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video The Roto Brush tool, part of Premiere Pro CS6 Effects Workshop.
Sometimes, for whatever reason, you want to cut out part of your picture and layer …it in front of something else. And you can't use a feature like the …Ultra Key effect for Chroma Key, or Luma Key, because you just don't have that …kind of material. I can't use this media automatically to …generate a key, I might be able to get away with Color Correcting in using a …Luma Key. But I really want to find a way to …separate this foreground from the background. …And then, behind this layer, I've got the video that I want to see, in this case, …this shot of a path in a park. In Premiere Pro, this process is …particularly difficult. You could use something like a Garbage …Matte, you could get a 16-point Garbage Matte, and you could start very carefully …drawing lines around the face, it would take you an awfully long time to do it.…
Let me get my pen here, it's going to be a little bit quicker. …Yeah but still, you know, it's going to take a long time. …And then of course if I begin to move in the shot, and then I'm going to have to animate. …
- Advanced keyframing
- Essential effects
- Adjusting color
- Adding transitions
- Working with time
- Creative effects
- Combined effect examples
- Sharing work with After Effects
Skill Level Intermediate
Documentary Editing with Premiere Prowith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Exploring Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Effects
2. Standard Controls
3. Essential Effects
4. Adjusting Color
5. Adding Transitions
6. Working with Time
7. Creative Effects
8. Combined Effect Examples
9. Sharing Work with After Effects
The Roto Brush tool7m 57s
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