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Text Behind Moving Object

Text Behind Moving Object

TutorialType : After Effects Tutorial

youtube : Premiere Gal <– Make sure to show some Support by Subscribing!
Learn how to place text behind a moving object, using masking, in Adobe After Effects CC. A similar approach can be made using Adobe Premiere Pro CC’s opacity mask from “Effect Controls,” however, I prefer using After Effects’ masking tool as it is easier to use.

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