In this second of 3 tutorials on Rotoscoping with Mocha for AE, Andrew Devis looks at tracking elements on different planes and then adjusting those tracks with a couple of different methods.
Andrew also tracks one element which is squashing and stretching and so requires a different approach to adjusting the track than with an element that is staying about the same throughout the shot.
In the final tutorial, Andrew will show how to create the shapes that will form the final rotoscope layers in After Effects and how to link those to the tracks that have been created for excellent results.
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