How to Remove a Camera Rig from 360 Footage in After Effects | SkyBox Studio V2 | Jamie Pence

How to Remove a Camera Rig from 360 Footage in After Effects | SkyBox Studio V2 | Jamie Pence

Jamie Pence, Owner of Videobred.com, shows how to use Skybox Composer to work directly on your 360 footage in Adobe After Effects, for easy rig removals. He shows two different techniques, using the patch method with the Mask Tool, or painting out the camera rig using the Clone Stamp Tool.

Duplicate layer and mask out a patch in the View-based Edit comp.

Quickly add graphics onto the nadir.

“That’s the great thing about SkyBox Studio V2. Now you can do everything in After Effects. No more jumping back and forth to Photoshop.”

– Jamie Pence

Camera rig visible in bottom of equirectangular view of footage.

View-based Edit comp in SkyBox Composer makes it easy to use the Clone Stamp Tool on 360 footage.

The tripod and camera are quickly removed.

Equirectangular view – no more camera rig.

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