Rendering the composited images


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Rendering the composited images

The final step in our compositing pipeline is to write or render out our images. Our right node then in nuke tells Nuke where to put the images and what format to record them in. We have different options in here. For example, we may write out a single TIF image to go to print. We may also write out a sequence of images that will import into a non-linear editor such as Adobe Premiere or Apple Final Cut Pro. We can even put out a movie if we need. And it really depends how we write on where it's going.

I'm going to put out a single image and I'll put a right node on to get that started. I'll pick my glow note which is that last in the flow and press W for write. Nuke puts on a write note. And in here we need to specify what kind of file it is and where it's going. I'll click on the Folder icon in the File line and browse out to where I want this image to render to. In the Exercise Files folder, I browsed into the render images folder I've created. I've included the final r...

Rendering the composited images
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Rendering the composited images provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Adam Crespi as part of the Rendering Interiors in 3ds Max

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3D + Animation CAD
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3ds Max
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