Adobe After Effects CC has the ability to import masks that were applied in Adobe Premiere Pro CC so that you can refine them further and fix unique problems. For example, you may want to mask an object that moves across a scene and prevent that mask from affecting a person who passes in front of that object.
Learn how to use the Track Mask effect in After Effects to add and shape mask elements that move accurately through your Premiere Pro sequence.
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