Take a render directly from CINEMA 4D, or any other 3D package, and bump it up a notch with NUKE.
- [Voiceover] Hi, this is Craig Whitaker, and welcome to Cinema 4D Rendering Tips for Nuke. In this course, we'll explore various 3D techniques for utilization in the compositing pipeline. First, we'll look at using UVWs with ST maps in Nuke, enabling us to retexture objects in our composite. We'll look at creative uses for the fresnel shader, RGB matte passes, as well as techniques for creating motion blur and depth of field in Nuke using various utility passes from Cinema 4D.
While this course focuses on some specific examples, the hope is that the techniques demonstrated will open you up to the many possibilities for creative rendering in Cinema 4D. Now, let's get started with Cinema 4D Rendering Tips for Nuke.
- Prepping UVs for export
- Using the STMap node to retexture objects
- Compositing the shot
- Creating RGB mattes
- Working with Fresnel shaders
- Creating depth of field and motion blur effects