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In this tutorial by author James Whiffin, you'll learn how to matchmove (track) video footage of a laptop scene in PFTrack and composite an inverted 3D effect onto the laptop screen. Once the footage has been tracked, we'll move into Maya and build some simple geometry to create the illusion of 3D depth, along with the help of some shopped Windows 7 UI images. Finally we've bring everything together by compositing the final shot in After Effects.
Also available in this series:
- Create And Composite An Inverted 3D Windows 7 Screen
- Create And Composite An Inverted 3D Windows 7 Screen Using PFTrack, Maya & After Effects