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Total Training for Adobe After Effects CS3: Motion Tracker Part 2
Learn all about the keying tools in After Effects CS3 that allow you to shoot something practically and then cut out or isolate a single object. Total Training shows you how it`s done with an overview of the basic keying effects, then walks you through more advanced topics including compositing with keys, rotoscoping with masks and paint tools, cropping with keylight, and much more.
In this clip, host Ko Maruyama continues with the Motion Tracker in After Effects. He covers the Track Point and shows how to create a bigger area around the Track Point. He shows how to click and drag the range, which magnifies the layer. He shows how to use a reference in the clip to line back up the tracking if it goes astray, and how to ensure that you get accurate tracking data.
Motion Tracker in After Effects part 2
|Motion Tracker in After Effects part 2|
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Ko Maruyama has been working in the field of motion graphics for over twelve years. He has worked as a Visual Effects artist on several Emmy nominated advertising campaigns, music videos and promotional campaigns. He was most recently the Visual Effects Supervisor behind the motion graphics-based multi-media Snickers campaign starring the Black Eyed Peas which released simultaneously on television, in print, and online. Ko has been on the motion graphics faculty of the Pasadena Art Center College of design for four years in the Digital Media Department.
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