Whllst I can achieve similar results using Avid Titler in an HD project, I fail to have any success in 4K and with BCC Title Studio. Match Move will work using Jason’s advice here (only with Workflow 1)
but I can’t push the workflow for achieving a tracking matte over the top of the text. In addition, the advice is said to include Corner Pin Studio, which offers entirely different drop-downs and I have had zero success here.
I’ve been frustrated for many months with this, and as one thread indicates, it may only be when BCC Title incorporates a Mocha menu that there is a less complicated workaround.
Thanks for the reply, Peter. I have watched that clip to somewhere within an inch of its life. As I say, I can work it in 1080, but not in 4K - and not using BCC Title Studio, which I really would like to do rather than clunky Avid Titler.
I’ll go through it myself and see if I encounter issues with this workflow in 4k on my Avid system. If I’m successful I’ll write out the steps for you and if not, then I’ll bring this to engineering. Either way I’ll be back in touch before the end of day today.
Well I finally managed to carve out some time to work on this project. Thanks for your patience. I am using the most recent version of Continuum and Avid MC on a Mac running 10.15.7 - basically the last release before BigSur.
I can confirm that both the apply to foreground and the apply to background seem to work as expected. For what you’re doing, I would suggest placing the background clip on V1 and the foreground insert (Title Studio) on V2. Then apply the Corner Pin Studio filter on top of the Title Studio filter and set the controls per the screenshot that I’ve attached. I’ll also write out the steps for you.
Works like a charm. I think the only difference to my original workflow was the alt drag. Thank you so much for talking me through it. I’ll continue with the Boris Tracking Text tutorial and see if the Mocha mask behaves as well. Again my thanks for your time and patience; take the rest of the day off.