Marco Sanasi’s Tracker Master for After Effects Can Easily Combine Tracked Points to Masks for Compositing & VFX Work
On the heels of a new After Effects CC release, there has been what seems to be an explosion of new tools that exploit one long-awaited feature. Expression access to mask and shape points has opened up a considerable range of new ways to work. Track Master is an excellent example of that.
Tracker Master lets you combine tracked (animated) points to masks. You can quickly use tracks to generate keyframe-less masks for compositing, and visual effects work. Tracker Master was designed to make everyday compositing tasks faster and much more natural.
Tracker Master Can:
- Join tracked points and tracked masks seamlessly, to generate extended motion tracks.
- Auto extend tracked points or masks motion.
- Smooth tracked points and tracked masks motion.
- Generate animated track points from tracked masks.
- Generate animated masks from tracked points.
- Generate video clones from tracks. The video clone simplifies everyday compositing tasks, as: add, duplicate or remove objects.
- Generate video corner clones from tracks. The corner clone surface can be interactively adjusted accordingly to pins motion. The clone stabilized surface, makes difficult compositing tasks easier: roto work, beauty work, add, duplicate or remove objects.
- Generate video corner object from tracks. The video object is a static video clone that you can freely move in the scene. Useful to duplicate objects.
One of the best things about the new After Effects tool is that all clones types are keyframes-less. All clones types have content transformations and time offset controls.
Tracker Master is 25% Off until Nov. 15. Visit aescripts + aeplugins to learn more.