3D CAMERA TRACKER – After Effects Tutorial (Easy)



One of the main factors I often see in not-so-good VFX is bad tracking. Even an untrained eye can quickly notice if something added in post isn’t really sticking to your scene. Today we fix that issue by learning about the 3d camera tracker tool in After Effects. Now you can shake your camera around (not too much) and still be able to stick some crazy things in your clip!

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