Join Steve Wright for an in-depth discussion in this video Primatte: Basic keying and spill suppression, part of VFX Keying: Master Course.
- [Instructor] Primatte is a proprietary green screen…and blue screen keyer developed by Magicka Corporation…and licensed to the Foundry for use in NUKE.…It's actually a three dimensional Chromakeyer,…a very, very sophisticated kind of Chromakeyer…working on completely different principles…than color difference keyers such as Keylight…and Ultimatte.…In this first section, we're gonna take a look…at the theory of Primatte…because it can be a little bit difficult to understand…and control.…
This 3D model represents the basic operating theory…behind Primatte.…Primatte collects all the pixels in the picture…and scatters them into a three dimensional RGB Color cube…represented by this cube and these colored dots.…The pink dots here might represent…some skin tones.…The brown ones over here, a shirt…and the green screen pixels will be clustered…in the center, in the little green cloud.…Primatte will then surround that green cloud…with a Polyhedron and this is how it isolates…the backing colors from the rest of the screen.…
Note: This course was created by Steve Wright, author of the seminal book, Digital Compositing for Film and Video. We are proud to host this course in our library.
- Creating an uber key
- Keying green-screen vs. blue-screen footage
- Preprocessing footage
- Building a clean plate
- Making luma keys
- Keying on hue and saturation
- Pasting keys together
- Grain management
- Saving time with garbage mattes
- Using spill suppression
- Improving edges
- Color correcting keys
- Sweetening the comp
- Alternative compositing workflows
- Fixing edge problems
- Using KEYLIGHT, Primatte, Ultimatte, and other tools
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Keying Workflows
2. Pre-Processing the Green Screen
3. Other Types of Keys
4. Building the Uber Key
5. Spill Suppression
6. Compositing Techniques
7. Color Correcting
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8. Workflow Examples
9. Sweetening the Comp
10. Fixing Edge Problems
11. Special Keying Solutions
12. Appendix: Keyer Tutorials
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