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Short Film Compositing Techniques in NUKE

Short Film Compositing Techniques in NUKE

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Description

In this course, we'll discover how to composite production level shots using a workflow to semi-automate the technical process in order to keep your focus on the artistic side. Software required: Nuke Studio 9.0 v4, Maya 2016, Mocha Pro v4.

Syllabus

Introduction and Project Overview
Introducing Sync by Haz Short Film Overview
Ingesting Shots and Creating Sequence
Renaming Shots and Exporting into Pipeline
Opening First Shot to Discover Shot Limitations
Tracking the Hard Drive Surface
Exercising Tracking and Adding Motion Blur
Adjusting Gradient Levels on the Graphics and Premultiply
Implementing Reflection and Refining of Edges
Utilizing Grain and Tricks to Paint out Markers
Finalizing the Initial Shot and Viewing Revisions
Implementing the Tracking Visor Inside mocha
Creating the Visor Graphics and Grid Warp
Applying Color Correction and Trick to Copy Grain
Finalizing the Shot and Discovering NUKE Tool Sets
Exercising the Use of Shuffle Copy
Blending Graphics Using Merge Nodes
Camera Tracking and Importing Geo from Maya
Exploring Model Builder and Placing LCD into 3D Space
Applying Texture to the Screen
Completing the LCD Composite
Forming Cables into the Shot
Utilizing 2D Tracking and Rotoscoping
Creating Hard Drives and Placing into 3D Scene
Implementing Shading and Ingesting Graphics
Forming Led Light and Color Correction
Finalizing the Shot
Reviewing the Hacker Shot Render
Exploring Other Shots

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