AFTER EFFECTS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING lesson 11 -Screen Replacements with Mocha AE

AFTER EFFECTS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING lesson 11 -Screen Replacements with Mocha AE

In this example you will learn real world examples of screen replacement I’ve used in televised commercials.
You will learn how to use Mocha AE (included with After Effects since CS4)

Heres some other examples.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjbUGffbbZ8&t

Footage Courtesy of Flip11. Check them out at:
http://flipeleven.com/

Topics covered in this lesson:

0:15 What we will be learning

0:34 Making our Comp

0:49 Other ways to track- POINTS

1:00 What is Mocha?

1:15 Mocha AE settings

1:36 Tracking using the X spline tool

2:17 Motion tracking options

3:02 Setting our surface

4:22 Understanding the planer grid

4:57 Copy our tracking data to After Effects

5:33 Creating a Corner pinned comp (replacement)

6:32 Setting our replacement screen

8:04 Spill suppression/clean up

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