Multipass keying


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Multipass keying

Now, let's take a look at multipass keying. No keyer can give you a perfect comp by just plugging in the foreground and the background and twiddling the knobs. It's going to take a multipass approach, so that's what this is about here. Keylight has some multipass functions built-in. I am going to clear the Property panel and open up this Keylight node here. I am going to pull a core matte on this Keylight and then feed that to this other Keylight to use in the composite.

So, first I'll hold the viewer. Let's pull a quick key, switch to the Screen Matte. Of course, my purpose here is to pull a very simple solid core matte. So, I'll adjust the Screen Gain to clear out the haze. I'll adjust the Screen Balance to get rid of your holes in her shirt. I'll open up the Screen Matte. introduce some black clipping to get rid of more of the haze. Then I'll go to the Screen Dilate and dilate down the matte.

I'll go back up to the white clip and kind of fill it in ...

Multipass keying
Video duration: 4m 37s 4h 6m Intermediate Updated Feb 13, 2012

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Multipass keying provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Wright as part of the Nuke 6 New Features

Subjects:
3D + Animation Video
Software:
Nuke
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