The Foundry Nuke
Mastering compositing in Nuke is one of the most volatile and intricate steps in the visual effects process. Though it's technically during the finishing stages of a shot, compositors are offered an extreme amount of control over 2D and 3D assets. From chroma keying to advanced tracking and placement, compositing is all about marrying the creations of several artists into a final and cohesive work.
Deep Image compositing
Whether you are integrating 3D into live action or compositing visual effects to spice up some footage, you should always be organised.
Nuke's Compositing environment utilises a node-based workflow, where you connect a series of nodes to read, process and manipulate images.
Deep image compositing introduces new possibilities that increase flexibility and solve old problems of depth based compositing.
3D Camera Tracker
3D Model Composition
With the Nuke node workflow, you will learn how to track the camera motion in 2D sequences or stills to create an animated 3D camera
Master the basics of 3D compositing, lens distortion and stereo solving, while also exploring UV mapping and creation inside Nuke's model builder.
Know how to use The Foundry Nuke for simple to advanced compositing of 2D live-action shots
Live Online (remote) course date
20/01/2020 - 23/01/2020
24/02/2020 - 27/02/2020
Live Online Training
As a workforce is divided around the globe, Live Online training acts a crucial part in managing different offices and providing the same training course remotely to all.
- 20/01/2020 - 23/01/2020
- 24/02/2020 - 27/02/2020
- 23/03/2020 - 26/03/2020
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