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Nuke's Smart Vector toolset is built for this exact problem. I see you tagged After Effects, but you did not specify that After Effects is needed. I've done this a few times before and Mocha is your best bet for AE, but as you already know it has it's limitations. Nuke can actually track the creases and folds (though of course it isn't perfect). The biggest ...


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The easiest solution would be to record the presentation without the logo altogether using open broadcast, fraps or some screen recorder. You can then animate the logo in After Effects from within a precomp and simply exchange the images in the precomp to swap to another logo. For demos of that sort you'd usually animate the whole thing though, but since ...


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My god, this is practically the nightmare of any vfx-artist out there. Yes, it is possible - but at what price? You need to: track the shirt using Nuke, pfTrack or any sort of high-end tracking software. erase the current design, either using the logo if you have it as a file to subtract it, or by painstakingly rotoscoping and patching up every frame of ...


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