In this first of 3 tutorials on Rotoscoping with Mocha for AE, Andrew Devis introduces the tools needed to work quickly and efficiently in Mocha to create shapes and output those shapes to AE.
Andrew also discusses when and why at certain points it may be better to use masks in AE rather than shapes from Mocha.
This is an introductory tutorial aimed at showing the basic functions of Mocha so that you can have more confidence when using this excellent product.
In the second tutorial Andrew will go on to show how to do tracking in Mocha for AE and some of the issues that may arise with that.
In the last tutorial Andrew goes on to show how to create the final shapes layers that represent the areas to be rotoscoped and then shows how to link and adjust those tracks and output the final shapes to After Effects.
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