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Adding a 3D cube

Adding a 3D cube: Nuke 5 Essential Training
Adding a 3D cube: Nuke 5 Essential Training

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Q: When opening a file ending with the .nk extension by selecting Image &gt; Read, the error "nkReader plugin not found" appears. This happens when using Nuke 6 PLE on a Windows 7 machine. What is causing this error?<br />

A: The Image -&gt; Read function is only used for images and footage. The &#8220;nkReader plugin not found&#8221; error appears if the user attempts open a Nuke script with Image &gt; Read. To open a .nk script, use File &gt; Open.<br />

Q: In the IBK Keyer video you refer to the &#8220;core matte&#8221; but I cannot find such a node.<br />

A: The "core matte" is not a node, it is a technique common to bluescreen and greenscreen keying. It is a solid matte that fits inside the key made by the keyer in order to fill in the "core" of the matte. It can be created any number of ways, so I was basically saying "create a core matte any way you wish, and use it here".<br />

Skills covered in this course
3D + Animation Keying Compositing Video Visual Effects Nuke

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