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VFX guru Steve Wright walks through the three big new features in The Foundry's flagship compositing app, NUKE 10: RayRender node, ChromaKey node, and the Smart Vector Toolset.
Learn about keying, compositing, rotoscoping, tracking, color correcting, and many other vital techniques in the high-end VFX compositing package, Nuke.
NUKE master Steve Wright dives deep into the process of keying for visual effects in NUKE. Learn about green-screen, blue-screen, luma, and saturation keys; spill suppression; color correction; edge refinement; and more.
Learn how to build a zombie graveyard scene and practice your NUKE compositing skills in this fun NUKE tutorial. NUKE expert Steve Wright shows how to use NUKE's keying, color correction, and effects tools to make a zombie rise from the grave.
Acclaimed NUKE instructor Steve Wright shows how to create an otherworldly alien portal with NUKE, teaching valuable compositing, camera tracking, and lighting techniques along the way.
Take a render directly from CINEMA 4D, or any other 3D package, and bump it up a notch with NUKE.
Acclaimed Nuke instructor Steve Wright shows how to create a show-stopping sci-fi force field using NUKE.
Learn how to composite a 3D-animated flag into a live-action shot using Nuke and CINEMA 4D.
Join digital compositing pioneer Steve Wright for a tour of the new features in Nuke 8.
Pull 3D motion tracks and match camera moves without leaving After Effects, using CameraTracker. Learn how to track and solve shots, refine solves, and use the data in compelling 3D composites.
Explore the new 2D and 3D features and improved performance in Nuke 7, the premiere compositing package for visual effects in film and television.
Demonstrates how to light an object onto a live-action still plate, using Maya, Nuke, and Photoshop.
Explores the new features found in the 3D digital compositor Nuke 6.
Provides both a solid foundation of the Nuke 5 core functions of keying, motion tracking, and color correcting, and an overview of 3D compositing.
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