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can we see the shot?
from the screenshots it looks like these characteristics define your shot:
- the camera is moving and not the elements in the frame.
- there are multiple points you want to affect.
- there is perspective information.
which means that this is a good candidate for the 3D Camera tracker. instead of 2d track multiple points one by one, you track the camera and free to attach any elements to noticeable features in the video.
workflow here: Tracking 3D Camera Movement in After Effects.
this also might be a candidate for the reversible stabilization workflow with the warp stabilizer: https://www.provideocoalition.com/using-reversible-stabilization-in-warp-stabilizer-vfx-fo r-screen-replacemen/
Hey there Roei,
Thanks for the reply, your links are amazingly helpful! I didn't know you could highlight the tracking points in warp stabiliser and 3D tracker.
I uploaded the video of the shot, https://vimeo.com/222170752
what I have in mind on what you said is, I could maybe clone stamp tool the holes in psd and export a png and use reverse warp stabiliser on it to overlay on top of the holes. Have I got it right or do you mean something else?
Thanks for the help Roei!
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try the reversible stabilization workflow.
- trim the in point of the layer to where the dots start to appear 00:19. use warp stabilizer on the shot. default settings. under advanced set it to reversible stabilization. it will stabilize the shot still.
- click twice on the layer and use the stamp tool to stamp on the holes.
- duplicate Ctrl+D the WS effect and place it after the paint effect, set it to reverse stabilization.
for more information about this method look here: https://www.provideocoalition.com/using-reversible-stabilization-in-warp-stabilizer-vfx-fo r-screen-replacemen/
Beautiful! Works great Roei! Thank you!!!
Great! glad it worked out.