How I added a FAKE SCREEN to my piano covers (After Effects Tutorial)

Here's a detailed where I explain how to add a screen on a piano utilizing After Impacts!

I learned whatever that I understand about After Impacts from YouTube tutorials and Google searches throughout several years. Without a doubt, there's a better method to achieve this effect, but I still want to share what I discovered with all of you.

In this I only covered the fundamental steps that you require. There are more things you can include on to it to make it look much better, like:
– Adding a blur to the utilizing Video camera Lens Blur and Gradient Ramp
– By hand masking when the Distinction Matte does not work perfectly
– Including radiance and gradient color modifications to the visualizer
Tools that I used:
Saber Plugin by Video Copilot:
Other useful tutorials that you can learn from:
Distinction Matte:
More keying strategies:
Power Pin:
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0:00 Introduction
0:40 Overview
1:12 Developing the visualizer
2:37 After Impacts Layer Setup
4:13 Visualizer Layer
5:30 Saber Layer
7:35 Integrating visualizer with cam video
10:01 Sync timing
12:02 Hands Layer and Distinction Matte
15:00 Refine Matte
16:17 Thanks for seeing!
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How I added a FAKE SCREEN to my piano covers ( Tutorial)

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