Rotoscoping in Adobe After Effects
Ever since Adobe released their 2.0 version of the rotoscoping tool in After Effects, it has been our favorite to work with. It’s astonishing how well the tracker can follow the subject you’re trying to rotoscope.
It’s not only very accurate, but it also very fast for its capabilities. This is why we can use more often to create fun visual effects with. And that’s why I wanted to brainstorm about 5 things we can do with the rotobrush.
Masking and Tracking
Rotoscoping is nothing more than masking out your subject and tracking its movement. We just get a bunch of more option to finetune the edge instead of only feathering it.
For instance, there’s a useful hair tool which will drastically improve keying out thin lines. It could leave some flickering behind, so only use it on hair.
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