1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 29, 2012 4:31 PM by Rick Gerard

    Roto brush (best practices for multiple cuts and also the frame mismatch issue)


      I have a 3 minute dance video with multiple cuts, views, and angles--  and I would like to roto brush the entire piece in After Effects. I am trying to separate the dancer from the background. Would it be wise to roto  brush each cut separately (in this case I'd export each cut as a separate file from Final Cut Pro)? I am guessing yes, but not entirely sure.


      When I do convert a Composition's setting to 59.94 from 29.97 (because of the Frame mismatch error) I don't see that it really changes anything....does it? Is that change only clear once full rendered (RAM previewed?) Or does it make the roto brush tool "smarter"-- more capable?