I designed the Screen Replacement Mastery as a professional training and development course for designers to quickly learn how to create cinema quality UI tracking and compositing with live action video.
Having directed and produced futuristic UI product vision videos, I know firsthand how valuable it is to have tracking, rotoscoping, and compositing in your toolkit.
My longtime friend and collaborator Charlie Bartlett is hands down the best rotoscoping and compositing person I have ever met. His attention to detail is unparalleled. He is typically booked out months in advance, and his contributions to projects are legendary.
If you are unfamiliar with the terms, Tracking is when you are able to marry graphics to moving objects in video footage (in this course, you will be learning how to track with Mocha AE, a really cool planar tracking tool, which comes with After Effects).
Rotoscoping is when you mask out objects in video. For example, a hand interacting with a screen.
Compositing is when you take graphics and make them look completely seamless with the video footage in terms of depth of field, color, contrast, and lighting.
All 3 techniques are critical skills to have on UI product vision videos, which are typically used to showcase work, or during important pitches.
Charlie is also extremely passionate about teaching and is meticulous in his approach. Each lesson in this course is packed with industry best practices, techniques, and value.
Over the years, I've learned so much from Charlie and I know you will too.
Founder of UX in Motion, Instructor