How to work with the 2D Tracking, Compositing, and Color Correction Tools in Adobe After Effects

While the 3D Camera Tracker in After Effects CC works great, it is still important to understand how the 2D point tracker functions, and when it is a good time to use it. In this video, I cover how to use the 2D Tracking tools in After Effects CC to pin a logo to the corner of a building, and also outline some very important color correction and color grading tips to get your composited elements to blend into your footage. 

Looking for more After Effects Tracking and Compositing Tutorials?

Check out Part 2, Matte Painting using the 3D Camera Tracker

Don't forget Part 3, How to Track & Composite a 3D Object in Cinema 4D & After Effects

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