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Adobe After Effects CC: Refine Edge Tool
Show: Adobe at NAB 2013
It's the end of hard matte lines. Keep the details when separating complicated foreground elements like frizzy hair or motion-blurred edges from complex backgrounds. This means you can create natural-looking composites without keying specially shot footage.
Adobe After Effects CC: How to Use the Refine Edge Tool
Show: Creative Cloud for Video
Learn how to use the new Refine Edge and Refine Matte tools — similar to those found in Adobe Photoshop CC— in Adobe After Effects CC.
Introduction to the Refine Edge tool
This movie demonstrates the new Refine Edge Tool workflow, which is applied after the Roto Brush tool. Chris Meyer explains the x-ray view that shows the alpha channel Refine Edge will create, as well as how to erase an edge refinement.
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
When someone has had the foresight to film a subject in front of a solid-color background, compositing work gets a lot easier. This video shows you how to use the Keylight effect to key out (make transparent) a solid-color background and use a garbage matte to isolate the area to be keyed.