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Getting acquainted with Nuke - Part 1This very basic intro will show you the layout of Nuke, how to import footage, and how to add effects
At this past NAB I had the pleasure of meeting the fine folks from The Foundry. I have been a fan of their Tinderbox plug-ins for After Effects for quite some time. During our meeting they showed me their ultra cool compositing tool, Nuke.
Nuke, originally developed by effects house Digital Domain, is a powerful, fast compositing tool used on features such as The Day After Tomorrow, King Kong and many others. It is node-based like Shake and provides real time feedback as well.
This very basic intro, part 1 of 4, will show you the layout of Nuke, how to import footage, how to add effects, and what to do to change the properties of them. For more info on Nuke please visit www.thefoundry.co.uk . There is a 30 day fully functional demo available. Enjoy.
David Basulto is an independent filmmaker in Los Angeles. After 17 plus years, David is well versed in all aspects of filmmaking from development to distribution. He produces, directs, edits, and now is addicted to motion graphics and 3d. His last film, Death Clique is in Blockbusters nationwide. David is also the host of the www.filmmakingcentral.com. In his spare time David is an avid gamer and can be found slaying monsters in the world of Vanguard. For more info visit www.davidbasulto.com
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