Adding in Matte Paintings and background set extensions into wide shots can be a great way to change the environment of your footage. When doing so, it is important that everything locks on for the shot to be believable. In this After Effects CC tutorial, I go over how to do just that using the 3D camera tracker, as well as compositing tips and tricks to get all of your VFX elements to blend into your footage.
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