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Multi-Channel Compositing in NUKE

Multi-Channel Compositing in NUKE

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Description

In this series of lessons, we'll learn how to composite with the channels system inside The Foundry's compositing software, NUKE. Software required: NUKE 5.1.

Syllabus

Introduction and Project Overview
Overview of Channels and the Exr File
Compositing the Indirect Lighting and Reflection Passes
Color Correcting Specific Channels to Fix Issues
Using Hue Shift to Change the Color of the Car
Using Bezier Nodes to Mask the Hue Shift
Organizing Our Node Tree with Backdrop and Dot Nodes
Adding the Refraction and Shadow Channels
Merging the Mustang with the Backdrop
Combining Alpha Channels to Add the Shadow Alpha
Adding a Lightwrap to Ground the Mustang
Using an Erode to Fix the Black Outline
Using a Grade to Match the Background White and Black
Evaluating Our Composite and Tweaking Certain Areas

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