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Tracking, Compositing & Color Correction in Nuke

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David Scandlyn gives Creative COW members another installment in his Nuke tutorial series. In this video tutorial, David uses his broad knowledge base and VFX experience to examine tracking, compositing, and color correction.



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Re: Tracking, Compositing & Color Correction in Nuke
by Michele Saporito
Very very nice tutorial! great.. But is it possible download the video tutorial? Thanks


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