The preliminary composite


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The preliminary composite

The purpose of the preliminary composite is to hook up the master key to the green screen in the background to see how things look and determine where the master key needs improvement. So we'll zoom out a little bit, pick our story up here with the original green screen. We're going to start that separate branch over here. All of this was our keying down here. And over here we're going to start with spill suppression, so we'll go up to our Color tab and do a Shift+Click on HueCorrect, which is a popular spill-suppression tool in Nuke, and hook up our viewer, and switch the viewer back to RGB.

And we'll zoom out so we can see our spill suppression. So the first step in the spill suppression is we're going to sample our green screen color, so we'll do that with a Shift+Ctrl+Drag. The HueCorrect node shows us that this is the hue that's the green screen. I'm going to use three curves to do the spill suppression, because I like to spread it out amongst thr...

The preliminary composite
Video duration: 6m 14s 4h 6m Intermediate Updated Feb 13, 2012

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

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3D + Animation Video
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Nuke
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