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- History of visual effects.
- The visual effects today.
- Composition workflow.
- Merge channels with Copy, Shuffle and ShuffleCopy.
- How to import files into the program.
- How to join layers (merge nodes) and their blending modes.
- Premult and Unpremult, two basic tools in Nuke.
- Basic transformations and animations in the 2D environment.
- Basic expressions, simple and complex, in Nuke.
- Blurs in Nuke.
- Deformations and Morphings.
- Deformation of elements for their integration with Smartdistort.
- Time warps.
- Matchgrading techniques to improve integrations.
- Color spaces and how to jump between them.
- Color comparison.
- Removing and adding noise to an image, a basic process in VFX.
- The use of noise as a generator of fog and its best integration.
- The ramp as a generator of funds.
- The radial and the ractangle as generators of masks.
- Improved renderings.
- Use of the layers of normals, movement, Z.
- Fundamentals of rotoscopy.
- Tips and tricks when performing a rotoscopy.
- Developed, cloned, erased and painted in Nuke.
- What is the tracker?
- How to stabilize a plane.
- Apply a matchmove to an element in a scene.
- The Corner Pin.
- Differences between tracker and planartracker.
- Uses of the PlanarTracker.
- What is a chroma?
- Tools for removal: Keyer, Primatte, Keylight, IBK, Ultimatte, and ChromaKeyer.
- The VolumeRays and GodRays nodes. 12 / The 3D Composition. Nuke’s 3D environment.
- 3D environment configuration.
- How to move around the 3D environment.
- Setting up a scene.
- Basic geometries in Nuke.
- Geometry modifiers in Nuke.
- Import of 3D elements to Nuke.
- Creation of 3D environments based on plans (modelbuilder).
- Creation of basic materials in Nuke.
- How to project and modify textures on geometries in Nuke.
- Creation of a 3D camera with the same movement than that of a plane.
- Integrate an element with perspective in a plane.
- Generation of a point cloud that render the plane (PointCloud).
- Generation of a polygonal mesh based
in the “pointcloud” (PoisonMesh).
- How to generate an HDRI from still images.