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PostPosted: Thu Aug 01, 2019 10:25 pm 
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TL;dr:
My issue is, I need to simultaneously grab the multiple shapes I created and move them all at once, as I follow my subject along in the keyframe process.

Is there a way to move all assets at once? (Like a select all button?)




What I am doing:
So,

Masking doable- but complicated asf since, for whatever reason these devs choose not to speak about masking or add it. With the wealth of machine learning open source code out there - this boggles my mind how this has not been added via machine learning to simplify things.


Anyways...

I am in the middle of creating a compositing video with effects, which is a severe complicated process due to lack of masking and motion tracking to follow subjects being keyframed.

1) Create a shape for a track via title menu
2) Delete text
3) add (SEVERAL) shapes to mold around a subject
4) Change color of shapes Green (for green screen)
5) Make shapes slightly transparent so I may follow subject being keyframed.
6) Go about keyframe process (cool they added the auto keyframe input)
7) Render and save it to photo gallery
8) Import the rendered track back into project
9) Lay imported track, over the main track I am using for composite background.


So yea, a lot of shit.

My issue is, I need to simultaneously grab the multiple shapes I created and move them all at once, as I follow my subject along in the keyframe process.

Is there a way to move all assets at once? (Like a select all button?)


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