- January 10, 2021 at 5:13 pm
I got a Bezier mask, sort of moving around with the image (I can redo later if needed).
I want the black mask to move where the eye is supposed to be, I’m aware you can simply frame-by-frame but this is a test so I can learn how to motion track better
Taking any and all masking tips, plug-in tips and software tips. Cuz in the end I just want to make GOOD ytp which is mostly just moving masks around. (should I just switch to after effects)?
and for context, I’m cutting his eyes out so I can go back in with his cropped pupils to make his eyes move left and right. (he’s ignoring you :p)
- January 11, 2021 at 9:24 pm
Here’s a link to a video tutorial on tracking from the Vegas Pro guys. Take note that automated Bezier Tracking started with Version 16. Prior to V16, you had to do it frame by frame…Some contents or functionalities here are not available due to your cookie preferences!
- January 12, 2021 at 3:50 am
tl;dr look at the video.
already seen it this video, trust me I’ve explored all my sources before coming here, videos are terrible for solving specific problems. What I need is a person who can spare a few mins to look at the first 10 secs of the video (which doesn’t seem to play so just download and delete after).
I get that time is of the essence on this site, that’s why I posted a video that clearly shows the issue, please at least look at it before posting something unrelated.
- January 12, 2021 at 3:55 am
to further clarify, my question is how to motion track a mask made in pan/crop, how to achieve this effect of tracking part of an image, to cut and paste something else in that area.
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