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Intermediate Training for Nuke 6 from Class on Demand will teach you how to take on the more challenging aspects of Nuke such as its unique channel management system. Production topics include multi-pass CGI compositing as well as motion tracking with match move, stabilize, and corner pin techniques. Following that is the all-important topic of bluescreen and greenscreen keying using Nuke's world-class keyers; Keylight, Primatte, and Nuke's own IBK keyer nodes - fundamental to any visual effects compositing job.
NK04: Channels and Compositing CGI
4.1: How Channels Work
4.2: The Channel Nodes
4.3: Compositing CGI
4.4: Motion Tracking
5.1: The Keyer Node
5.2: The Primatte Node
5.3: The IBK Keyer
5.4: The Keylight Keyer
5.5: Keymix and Addmix
5.6: Clip Timing
About the Instructor:
Steve Wright is a senior visual effects compositing artist with over 20 years of production experience on over 70 feature films such as "Night at the Museum 2", "Shutter Island", "Solaris", "Traffic", "U-571", "Air Force One", "Hart's War", and many, many more. Since 2005 Steve has been a master trainer traveling around the world conducting VFX compositing training for major studios such as Disney Feature Animation, Prime Focus, Reliance MediaWorks, Pixar Animation, and many more.
Steve has published two popular books on compositing that are available on Amazon.com and produces training programs and conducts classes and workshops both online and location based. His tutorials have won two Telly awards and he is a member of the Visual Effects Society (VES) and the Digital Cinema Society (DCS).
Table of Contents
Approximately 3 Hours and 7 Minutes
Mac OS X or Windows XP/Vista/7
1152 x 864 or higher display
Class on Demand Video Download: Intermediate Training for Nuke 6 Review