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    Default How to change a name/picture a person is holding in a video?

    HI
    Hope this is in the right section.
    (Noob alert)

    How would I go about changing the name on the newspaper from Lewis to another name at 0.45 to 0.47 in this video.


    Also what is that effect called? What programs would I need etc?

    Thanks

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    You'd need to use tracking software and compositing/graphics software. You could do it all in Adobe After Effects.

    If you look for tutorials on After Effects Perspective Corner Pin you'll find something.

    David.

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    This is going to be a headache for me lol. How long do you think it will take (I am a noob on effects)?

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    Sorry, it's impossible to say, everyone is different. If you were to go into after effects having never done anything similar, you would feel a bit lost in there for sure. But I'm sure you could follow a well structured tutorial. But only you can know (or find out) how that would go for you.

    David.

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