Nuke Projection Maps 2D to 3D
Dave Scandlyn presents this first of two camera projecting tutorials in Nuke, in which he'll take a flat image and turn it into a 3D camera flyby. This tutorial stands alone, but view David's second in the series for a more in-depth look at this technique.
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Using Track Mattes in Nuke
In this video tutorial David Scandlyn shows you how to create a track matte inside of The Foundry's Nuke. David uses color correction, Keylight and some other Nuke filters on green screen footage to achieve a quick track matte.
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Compositing in NUKE
In this video tutorial for NUKE, David Scandlyn takes a shot created by a client for a movie called "The Trapdoor" and accomplishes gruesome and convincing effect work by first using Adobe After Effects, then The Foundry's NUKE.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Nuke - An Introduction for After Effects Users
Nuke, the new compositing tool from The Foundry, is rapidly becoming a favorite in high-end film production. Its price also offers an easy entry for indie producers who want to create better work, faster and more powerfully. This guided tour of Nuke for AE users, along with tips for leveraging your AE experience in the brave Nuke world of VFX creation will help you discover Nuke.
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VFX LEGION: FX ON SCANDAL & HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER
Shot in LA and set in D.C. and Philly, Scandal & How To Get Away With Murder’s stories unfold in virtual environments that seamlessly blend with live-action footage, defying the viewer’s eye. Here Is some of how it is done using Shotgun, Redshift, The Foundry’s NUKE, Media Shuttle, et al.
Adobe After Effects
Remove People from Moving Video in After Effects with Mocha
Learn how to remove a person from a moving video using the Remove module of the Mocha Pro plug-in for Adobe After Effects! In one of his most epic tutorial's yet, Surfaced Studio's Tobias Gleissenberger then adds a bonus Beam Up effect using some of the great filters from the Boris Continuum and Sapphire collections.
Art of the Edit
Cate Haight ACE on Editing The Sundance Hit Indie, Puzzle
Cate Haight, ACE, has edited some of the most memorable films and television shows in the last few years. Her latest indie feature Puzzle -- which tells the story of a suburban mom who discovers a passion for competitive jigsaw puzzling -- debuted at Sundance Film Festival this year. Creative COW Contributing Editor Alee Caldwell sat down with Cate to talk about going to the fest, advocating for change, and putting together the pieces of Puzzle.
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Mercedes-Benz and Friends Make 360-Degree Stadium Halo Board
A visit to the Atlanta Falcon games at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium this past football season provided an unexpected treat: the world’s largest 360-degree cylindrical LED video screen at a sports venue. At 58-feet tall, the screen, dubbed the “Halo Board” because it surrounds the inner stadium, can display 20K resolution and gives a new meaning to the term “immersive video.” The campaign was made possible through a partnership between creative companies The-Artery, The Astronauts Guild, and VR Playhouse, along with the latest technologies from RED Digital Cinema and Radiant Images.