- RayRender workflow
- Creating a flipbook
- Adding drop shadows to text
- New EXR 2 file features
- Assessing the context-sensitive help
- Creating a morph
- Working with audio tracks
- Refining the key
- Multipass keying
- Converting a group to a gizmo
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Steve] This course is a unique consolidated collection of several previous Nuke New Features courses. All obsolete content has been removed and the movies neatly organized for easy access to help you find what you need quickly to build on your Nuke compositing knowledge. Each tutorial explains and demonstrates with examples some of the most landmark new features added to Nuke over the years such as Particles, ZDefocus, Ray Render, and dozens more that are covered nowhere else on Linkedin Learning.
You can also download Nuke scripts and media so can follow along on your own machine. This is Steve Wright, a 20 year veteran of compositing visual effects on over 70 feature films, a Foundry certified Nuke trainer, and author of two popular books on compositing available on Amazon.com. You can start at the top and work your way down or check out the table of contents and just pick the topics you want to cover. Join me in my Nuke New Features Consolidated course so you can start building on your Nuke knowledge today.
Cinema 4D Rendering Tips for NUKEwith Craig Whitaker1h 31m Intermediate
Compositing an Alien Portal in NUKEwith Steve Wright2h 20m Intermediate
Compositing a Sci-Fi Force Field in NUKEwith Steve Wright2h 12m Intermediate
1. Nuke 10 New Features
2. Nuke 9 New Features
3. Nuke 8 New Features
4. Nuke 7 New Features
5. Nuke 6.3 New Features
6. Nuke 6 New Features
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