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5 MASKING HACKS you might NOT know about technology effect after effects



– A Masking Tutorial where we show you 5 tricks how to create faster and better masks in Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro.

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  1. help! I animated a mask's path but the first keyframe shows all the way to the beginning of the composition!
    how do i "keyframe" hide the mask???? until the first keyframe??
    sounds real stupid, but cannot seem to get it to hide/do nothing until the first keyframe.

  2. "If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children: how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him?" Luke 11:13 KJV

  3. The number one rule to get a perfect roto is to divide everything into shapes instead of putting one mask for everything. For eg: if it's a hand then palm can have separate masks and each finger can one minimum mask each. More if you care about detail. Most YouTube videos don't really care about edge detail. That will not work if you are serious about VFX compositing as a profession. That's what I used to do before I started working at a VFX company, and oh how wrong I was. Also, after effects is not the best option if you want to roto.

  4. I had a question for anyone who may know the answer to: I keep trying to make a mask on some different frames of this video I’m trying to make, but the mask wouldn’t stay on the next frame when I went one frame forward. After researching a bit, I learned people often turn on Mask Tracking to speed up the process so that then you don’t have to hand draw a mask with the pen tool for EVERY frame individually, but when I click the Toggle Animation button for the Mask Tracking button under the Effect Controls panel, no other buttons are clickable, they are all grayed out, the mask doesn’t seem to be affected, and when I try to turn the Mask Tracking button off again, it says it will delete the keyframe, so I just end up Undo-ing it since I don’t want to make an irreversible mistake or anything.

    Basically, could someone help by exposing to me the simple steps for creating a Mask with the Pen tool in Adobe Premiere Pro, how to make sure it will Mask Track through a few frames so it works and stays correctly the whole video? Thank you so much, I’ll be posting this on a few Adobe Premiere Pro videos to try to get as many responses and as much help to fix this as I can. Thanks!

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