Now that we have a preliminary key,…we can take a look at doing our spill suppression.…I like to pull a separate key, do my own spill suppression…and then integrate the elements together…with a premult myself rather than trying to do…the composite inside the keyer.…That gives me more opportunity to finesse the edges…and sweeten the comp.…So let's take a look over here…where we left off in the last video.…What we wanna do is to pull the spill suppression…on this cleaned-up version where we cleaned up…the tracking markers.…
So I'll select that…go to our color tab,…do a shift-click on Hue Correct,…bring in a Hue Correct node.…And let's hook our viewer up to that…and we'll label this…Spill Suppression.…The Hue Correct property panel is kind of large,…so let's float that so we can see what's going on.…Okay, first thing I like to do is sample my color…to see where I'm trying to do my spill suppression.…
The yellow line shows me that that's my green right there.…I like to spread out the spill suppression…over multiple curves, not try to do it with…
- 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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