This is the third and final chapter in, "A Deeper Dive into Auto-Tracking in SynthEyes". This time I touch on roto masks and just a bit about how to do some supervised tracking to help out your roto. The main reason this video exists is to show that there are some shots that should just never even be attempted as auto-tracks, but you will get familiarized with even more things in the SynthEyes user interface you may be unfamiliar with.
Here's a link to the footage if you want to follow along. I'm issuing it in a Creative Commons Attribution CC BY license. "This license lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as they credit you for the original creation."