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Author Steve Wright explores the new features found in the 3D digital compositor Nuke 6. The course introduces the RotoPaint node for drawing and painting effects, the Keylight keyer for creating mattes and composites, and the SplineWarp node for warping images. The course also explains how to merge keys, animate with keyframes, and create image-based blurs. Exercise files accompany the course.
Nuke 6 New Features was created and produced by Steve Wright. We are honored to host his material in the lynda.com Online Training Library®.
Most of the exercise files needed for this Nuke 6 New Features course can be found in the Nuke 5 Exercise Files, but there are several new additions here in the Nuke 6 Exercise Files. For the RotoPaint node, there's a new folder named RevealClip, which is needed for the Reveal tool. For the Keylight node, there is another folder named Keylight_Media that contains all of the media use for this rather extensive tutorial. The Nuke scripts for this Keylight tutorial are located here in the Keylight Nuke Scripts folder.
You will also find an updated version of my keyboard shortcuts PDF file with Windows and Mac versions, plus an updated tool tabs PDF file that lists all of the nodes in Nuke 6 including the new nodes for NukeX.
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