If you use the After Effects mask tracker for rotoscoping, it generates a keyframe for your mask on each frame. This makes later tweaking of the mask very complicated. Learn in 1 minute how to solve this problem with MaskTracker+.
On his Blog, Tony LaTorre is doing a series of reviews where he presents various After Effects scripts that he finds useful for his workflows.
This week he started with a review of our little helper CopyMask2Layer.
When you copy a mask from one layer to another it often changes its position. With CopyMask2Layer you can copy masks while keeping them perfectly in place - even if the layers are moving and if the mask path is keyframed.
With Tracker2Mask you can track the movement of masks using the After Effects point tracker. Just track a point and Tracker2Mask moves the entire mask accordingly. You can also track several points for a tracker-assisted rotoscoping workflow.