A Introduction to 3D Compositing in Nuke, almost everything that you need to know to get started with 3D in Nuke is covered from simple navigation to texturing and rendering.

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Nuke script used in this tutorial goo.gl/sgcyHh
Earth Textures from: planetpixelemporium.com
Starfield: freelancah.deviantart.com/art/Starfield-stock-154786926
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First you will learn how to navigate in 3D space, then the structure of a 3D-scene in Nuke, how to add objects and manipulate them. Though flat shaded objects are also useful, I will concentrate on shading, for this I will show you what it means to shade an object and why it looks "3D". Once you know the concept I will show you how to use the diffuse, specular and emission nodes in Nuke.

Then as a quick case-study I will walk you though the process of creating the 'Earth Fly-by' sequence, which is a small 4 sec clip completely done in Nuke 3D. The 'Earth Fly-by' comp starts from 1:13:40.

Since, this video has already run for 2 hours, I cut short on a few things, so I am planning to make a accompanying document to explain the whole process in more detail. This of course depends on the feedback that I get on this video.

Hope you found this useful, Thank you!

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