In this After Effects tutorial you learn about some advanced features of the After Effects tool Tracker2Mask that allow local modifications of masks. As an example, we focus on how to animate speech bubbles. In general this technique is useful if you only want to move only certain poinits of a mask instead of entire masks.

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Can moving the parts of a mask locally like you did here be achieved with merely mocha, today?

In mocha, each mask belongs to exactly one track. The only thing you can do in mocha is to connect vertices of different masks (belonging to different tracks) such that they stay connected. But mocha cannot track individual points of shapes independently.

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