Tutorial: Pan Following, Part 2

This tutorial presents more information on how to pan follow. As given in the previous tutorial, Pan Following involves at least two layers: Master and Subordinate. The master layer provides the positioning information that the subordinate layer uses to adjust its own position.

In this tutorial, we apply the pan following modifiers, create the subordinate layer’s offset positions, enter the master layer’s travel path, tweak the subordinate layer’s position relative to the master layer, and (finally) making adjustments to the master layer’s path.

This tutorial demonstrates how easy and simple it is to create some complicated looking motion without a lot of keyframes or a lot of work. It also demonstrates that adjusting the motion of one layer does not necessarily mean adjustments to the other pan following layer.

Pan Following, Part 2 Tutorial

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