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Free Tablet and Phone Screen Replacement Tracking Images

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Here's a giveaway for anyone interested in trying to do a screen replacement for their iPad, iPhone, Tablet or phone.

After a lot of trial and error, I've created these two images which makes it much easier to track your screen using After Effects and Boris Mocha. The video has a brief tutorial showing how to use the included Boris FX Mocha plugin for After Effects CC.




Official Boris Mocha tutorial:


Downloads:

iPad / Tablet: http://bit.ly/2JiTylb
iPhone / Smart phone: http://bit.ly/35Z9Qcx
(Files are hosted on Dropbox, and shouldn't require signing up to view and download)



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