In the days of film editing, the matte key was a strip of paper that was held over the image to be cut. It helped the editor see what part of the image he/she was working on, and it helped avoid mistakes because it limited movement. Now in Premiere Pro, track matte is used to create a matte from a layer in your composition.
When you need to preview the Track Matte Key Effect before applying it, Premiere Pro offers a few different ways to do so. There are two options that will allow you to preview the effect before applying it on your clip. One option is to create a new project and apply the effect from this project. The other option is to adjust your clip's settings and apply the track matte key effect from there.
A mask is a filter that makes the underlying video footage difficult to distinguish from the foreground and background. It reduces contrast between the two, which can make for a more expressive and dramatic result. Premiere pro is a powerful video editing software with masks as well as other features like transitions and titles available.
In Premiere Pro, track matte key effects are designed to make tracking easier. These effects will match the colour of any background footage you're working on to the foreground footage you're working on automatically. This is especially useful if you want to use a green or blue screen without using any filters or adjusting your footage.
This is an introductory tutorial that will teach you the fundamentals of using Track Matte Key in Premiere Pro. This is a fantastic tool for making colour corrections and editing your projects.
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