Well, how was it shot? you need to provide more info and a screenshot.
Here is what it looks like, I'm having a hard time trying to match the two planes in 3d space using the rotation tool. I imagine there might be a way to do this better than manually rotating my image, especially since both the mask I'm using and the graphic are rectangles.
That's the image I am trying to put in the computer:
If the camera is locked down then you would use Corner Pin. If the camera is moving then you would track in Mocha.
Hi Rick, could you elaborate a little?
The corner pins rotate the image but I still cannot find the proper plane in which the computer screen is and the perspective is not right.
Because you don't have all 4 corners in the shot you have to simply guess at the top right corner position. I would probably use a blend mode to pick up the subtle lighting on the screen. BTW, if it were me planning this shot I would have had the computer screen dark gray to pick up some reflections to help sell the shot. Your comp would look like this (note the position of the corner pins):
You didn't say that the camera is locked off. If the camera is moving you'll need to track position and scale or maybe Stabilize (not warp stabilize) or use Mocha to insert your screen using corner pin.
I think my problem was that I made the graphics in 16:9 and that the computer screen is actually 16:10 so I couldn't do it without stretching it out.
I added reflections by using a reverse angle. The shot is fix so I don't have any tracking issue to worry about.
BTW thanks for the dark gray tip I will think about it next time. Do you buy this shot?