Tutorial by: RocketJump Film School
Freddie Wong walks you through the process of recreating the face swap effect (as seen in our short Mexican Standoff) using Adobe After Effects. Here you’ll learn how to use concepts like tracking, roto and the puppet tool together.
This tutorial is more advanced, coming in at 3/5 Freddies. This means you should have some knowledge of how to use After Effects, as well as basic experience with rotoscoping, motion tracking, and keying. (Don’t worry– beginner tutorials are coming soon!)
Update: 4/4/16: Wanna try out After Effects?? You can DOWNLOAD our face swap AE project for FREE and get a trial version of Premiere, AE and Media Encoder. Check out our feature on Adobe’s site!:
If you want some more help on the basics, we recommend Video Copilot:
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Watch Mexican Standoff with Key & Peele:
Freddie was eating a PB&J Sandwich.
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