Improved Single Layer Track Mattes

    How to lock a mask on a layer so you can use it like a track matte
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    I received a comment on an old tutorial and realized there is a way to improve upon it now that we have access to mask path points in expressions. The expression (link above) looks at our first position key and uses that to calculate an offset so that the mask that we apply this to stays put. Take note, if you need to tie it to a different key or a differently named mask, you’ll need to modify the expression.

    If you’re a patron with access to my Quiver expressions, it should already be saved in there for you if you want to download a txt file to use with Quiver.

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