After Effects is geared to both visual effects and motion graphics. It also has a low barrier of entry with its affordable pricing. So why not use After Effects instead of Nuke? The difference becomes apparent in heavy visual effects shots where you have hundreds of live action and CGI clips to composite. Without a doubt, such a task will choke After Effects but Nuke can just keep chugging along.
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Compositing is one of the most volatile and intricate steps in the visual effects process. From chroma keying to advanced tracking and placement, compositing is all about marrying the creations of several artists into a final and cohesive work. The best place to start? Free tutorials. Here, in one of his many great Nuke tutorials, Hugo Guerra helps you step smoothly from the After Effects world into Nuke.
The transition can be rough especially when it comes to layer vs. In this tutorial, Tony Lyons dissects the scientific approaches that are available to you in Nuke. He also discusses some of the fundamental components of keying in Nuke such as alpha management and despill.
This tutorial is an all-in-one solution for beginners or as a refresher for someone with experience. It has 10 parts, so add it to your bookmarks and consider taking notes! This tutorial from CG Swot offers a crash course on the process. The most cost and time-effective way to do this is through stock footage placement in your new 3D scene. In this tutorial, Sebastion Siggerud will brush up on some of the camera tracking basics from the previous tutorial and go over how to properly place 2D elements inside of your scene.
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Best Nuke Tutorials For Absolute Beginners: The Ultimate Collection
Buy Try for free Meet the Nuke Family The Nuke family makes up a fundamental ecosystem of tools with a global, industry-wide reach and impact—powering up pipelines, talent pools, and studios large and small. Advanced node-based compositing, 3D tracking and model building, conform and review Power and performance The Nuke family offers unparalleled power and performance to meet the needs of modern production work. Everything you need is in-built and ready. Discover the Nuke for you Click on a version of Nuke to find out the best choice for you Single Shot Multiple Shots Compositing Fast, powerful industry standard node-based compositing toolkit. Nuke is the shot based compositing toolset at the heart of the Nuke family. From stereo to deep compositing, Nuke includes all of the essential compositing tools.
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