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Aetuts+ Tutorial : Play An Intense Game Of Human Pong

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Our sister site Aetuts+ today put up an excellent tutorial by Itay Kaplan, showing you how to track and composite together a Human Pong scene using footage from a tennis match. It uses PFHoe, C4D and of course After Effects to get the job done and we thought you all might like it too! Preview video and tutorial links are after the jump...



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