Motion Tracking in After Effects for Rotoscoping
In this tutorial, we talk we Director/writer John Schmidt about the basics of motion tracking in After Effects, for the purpose of rotoscoping.
In this tutorial, we will walk through the steps of 3d motion tracking our footage in Syntheyes, bring the tracking data into Cinema 4D and add our spheres, and then bring everything into After Effects for rotoscoping and compositing.
In this tutorial, we go through the basic steps to set up a coordinate system in Syntheyes, to better prepare the scene for After Effects or any 3d program. We will auto track the shot, clean up some trackers by adjusting thresholds, and then add a coordinate system all while listening to Hall and Oates.
In this tutorial, we will cover how to get transparency with a graphic from After Effects using travel mattes in Final Cut Pro. This is a good way to cut down render time, and also file size, instead of using a codec that has alpha, such and animation+Alpha
In this tutorial, we will cover how to do motion tracking in Mocha for After Effects. Create 3d titles with shadows in Cinema 4D. Add the titles to some footage, with the 3D titles tracked into the shot using After Effects