Joe Clay | Mar 17, 2017
This week, we take a quick look at using the Set Matte effect to save us from having a bunch of track mattes littering our comp! But if you use this to eliminate extra track mattes, it'll make working in After Effects easier and allow you to make more complex effects. So this is a good building block to utilize.
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