Cineware and Cinema 4D Lite In Production, Part 09: Camera Projection- Compositing the 3D Matte

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Time Stretch & Rotoscope Footage in After Effects

In Part 9 of this multi-part series demonstrating the creation of a promotion piece featuring footage from Waiting for Lightning, you'll learn how to integrate the camera projection from CINEMA 4D Lite with the source footage in After Effects. You'll learn how to Time Stretch the source footage within Adobe After Effects, and mask a portion of the footage to animate it independently. You'll learn how to create a clean mask by rotoscoping the footage and Clone Stamp with Time Shift in order to paint out unwanted portions from the source footage.