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Victor ReyesCombining Shots in AE
by on Jul 27, 2011 at 6:57:07 am

Hi guys!

New to Creative Cow, just heard about the site recently, my teacher told me about the site, because I have a question beyond her expertise. I would like to combine a moving object, and persons from multiple (9 to be exact) shots onto a single one, as one would do when compositing multiple photos in Photoshop to make a single image. All shots have different exposures, background environment, and they are all handheld. A few would benefit from being stabilized, I can look elsewhere for that, but am stumped when it comes to combining these shots. Any idea how to merge into one fluid shot on a background that is not a green screen, but an environment? I would like to composite seperate videos into one

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Walter SoykaRe: Combining Shots in AE
by on Jul 27, 2011 at 2:47:42 pm

Manually isolating a moving object from its background relies on a technique called rotoscoping. Here's the Rotoscoping introduction and resources [link] page.

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