I have tried to find a soloution to this in the forum, but perhaps my english not being native prevents me from using the correct search terms - so here it is for you to solve
Layer one: background with some rocks
Layer two: a person standing in front of green screen.
The person in layer two is "placed" on a rock
Now, in layer one the camera is slowly turning left to right.
I want the person in layer two to still stand on the rock, even though the rock is "moving"
I have solved it by manually moving the person frame by frame so his position on the rock is the same in every frame, but this is very hard work, and also very hard to do well.
Question:; Is there a way to make PP understand that the person in layer two should be in the same position related to the rock, even if the rock is moving?
Using PP CC and have access to CC
Thank you in advance - hope you understand the question!
This is called tracking.
AE is the way to go.
It can be done in Premiere but it takes a lot of work.
You have to keyframe manually.
I did it manuallt in PP - thought someone must have gotten board and invented a better soloution than manual keyframing....
Can you tell me what this is called in AE (knowing this is the Premiere forum...)
This is called tracking, and this is the job for a compositing application, e.g. for After Effects, rather than a non-linear editor.
In After Effects you can track objects with legacy point tracker or with Mocha, which is a separate application included with After Effects.