- Now that we've got our shot all tightened up cosmetically,…now it's time to tighten it up technically.…We're gonna go through and look…for bounding boxes that have grown larger…than they should be because we want…to get those under control so we don't waste…processing time, slow down the render,…or anything bad like that.…So let's start by looking up here…at our character.…Okay, well, we don't seem to have…any bounding box problems there so that's good.…So let's go look over here where…we built our door animation.…
And, in fact, if we move our slider over here…sure enough we've got a big bounding box.…So let's nip that in the bud and that's coming…from right here so let's move our guy right over there.…There they are.…So let's add a crop right after this transform node.…I'll hit tab and type up a crop,…set that in.…Now this is the important part…about using the crop node…to eliminate the bounding box.…
By default, the crop node has black outside turned on.…See this number up here?…The black outside feature adds one row of pixels…
- Building a doorway animation
- Pulling the key
- Making garbage mattes
- Compositing the character in the scene
- Creating the force field effect
- Setting the timing
- Creating and positioning emitters
- Adding interactive lighting
- Refining the final look
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating a Show Open in Nuke X and Cinema 4Dwith Andy Needham2h 6m Intermediate
1. Building the Doorway Animation
2. Keying the Character
3. Creating the Force Field Animation
4. Creating the Wall Emitters
5. Interactive Lighting
6. Finishing the Shot
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