Tracking a painted frame over a background

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Hello all. This seems like a basic requirement but I am struggling to find how to track a patched single frame over a background.

 

Tracking a mask seems easy enough, just click the arrow, but I want one repaired/painted frame on V2 to follow the background on V1 as it moves around a little. (It's a Christmas tree in an interview, and a small child keeps sticking a magic wand in and out. I have a single frame to use as a patch).

 

The background shot is almost locked off, so the movement is very small, and whilst I could just stabilise so that there is no movement, I don't want to soften the image.

 

Does this make sense?

 

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Tracking a painted frame over a background

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Hello all. This seems like a basic requirement but I am struggling to find how to track a patched single frame over a background.

 

Tracking a mask seems easy enough, just click the arrow, but I want one repaired/painted frame on V2 to follow the background on V1 as it moves around a little. (It's a Christmas tree in an interview, and a small child keeps sticking a magic wand in and out. I have a single frame to use as a patch).

 

The background shot is almost locked off, so the movement is very small, and whilst I could just stabilise so that there is no movement, I don't want to soften the image.

 

Does this make sense?

 

Thanks!

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It does make sense. This would be easier accomplished in After Effects. Premiere does mask tracking but not motion tracking.

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