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Tracking the movement of objects and sending the detected data to an application for further processing is made easier using motion tracking. Capturing the motions of objects that match the recorded motion template is part of motion tracking.

There are six basic types of motion tracking: single-point tracking, two-point tracking, corner pin tracking, planar tracking, spline tracking, and 3D camera tracking.

The process of recording the movement of objects or people is known as motion capture (abbreviated as mo-cap or mocap). Motion capture is sometimes referred to as motion tracking in numerous fields, however in filmmaking and games, motion tracking mainly refers to matching movement.

Move the playhead to where you wish to start tracking in Window Tracker. Keep track of it: Select the track points on the text or graphic using the Tracker Panel's Track Motion button.

The benefits of using motion tracking in After Effects are numerous. One of the most common benefits is that it makes it easier for editors to create animations and visual effects by adding movement to static images. It also allows for more accurate rotoscoping and keying as well as making it possible for editors to composite multiple videos together seamlessly.

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