New Tutorial: Advanced Screen Replacement
Jesse Toula on July 12, 2015 at 11:12 am

Advanced Screen Replacement Tutorial

In this tutorial, we'll take a look at how to deal with some common issues when working on screen replacement. My goal with this tutorial was to explain how you can make your work as easy as possible, without sacrificing the look of a shot. With just a little bit of planning, you can simplify the entire post process and create a more complex visual without having to sacrifice the style of the shot. 

This tutorial will take you from start to finish, from choosing the best tracking marker to integrating your screen replacement. This tutorial is filled with little tips and tricks to make your work more efficient.

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Also, along with the release of this tutorial I am also releasing a simple new plug-in called 'Manual Track' (which is used in the tutorial, but can be completed without it). 'Manual Track' is currently in BETA and is ONLY available for Windows while any bugs are worked out.

Manual Track can be downloaded for free on the Extras Page

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July 14, 2015 at 1:08 pm
Hi !! unfortunately does not work for me, tried in 2014 CC and 2015 CC. look: Thank you for all your work


July 15, 2015 at 5:09 am
Message interpretation: A plug-in cannot be loaded. Possible causes: The plugin file is possibly damaged and thus not recognized as a valid element during initialization. Some plugins also use secondary architectures that contain the actual routines and the plugin is only used as a hook to the host program. Well-known examples for such plugins are Magic Bullet Looks, Sapphire or Silhouette Roto. All these plugins use external libraries (DLLs on Windows for instance). When one of those auxiliary components is not found or also damaged, using the plugin also fails. A further reason is the inability of some plugins to support certain processor types or multithreading. In case of the audio palette there is a very obvious dependency to the audio functions of the operating system, so if something’s wrong there, it may not initialize.


July 24, 2015 at 1:50 am
Hi, thanks for the tutorial. One question i have, its possible to upload the original footage? Thanks

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