Tracking in After Effects comes in 5 varieties: Track Camera, Warp Stabilizer, Track Motion, Stabilize Motion, and the Mask tracker. Each tracker is designed to tackle a unique situation. In the following video tutorial we will cover all 5 and show you in detail how to use them.
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Check out the full After Effects Fundamentals video tutorial series:
Lesson 1: Welcome to After Effects bit.ly/pb-ae1
Lesson 2: Precomps, Parenting, & Expressions bit.ly/pb-ae2
Lesson 3: Chroma Keying, Transfer Modes, & Rotoscoping bit.ly/pb-ae3
Lesson 4: Editing & Animating Text bit.ly/pb-ae4
Lesson 5: Shape Layers bit.ly/pb-ae5
Lesson 6: Manipulating Footage bit.ly/pb-ae6
Lesson 7: Particles, Paint, & Puppets bit.ly/pb-ae7
Lesson 8: Advanced Expressions & Presets bit.ly/pb-ae8
Lesson 9: Tracking bit.ly/pb-ae9
Lesson 10: Lights Cameras and 3D bit.ly/pb-ae10
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