This is my first online kinda tutorial / hint / walk through video. Excuse me for the voice I'm no radio speaker, and the hour was late ;)
Basically I tried to walk you through my 3 favorite renderers (since VRay and Mental are pretty covered, I thought those 3 might be fun). 2 of them utilize GPU power one doesn't. Since GPU rendering is becoming more and more visible on the market those two may come to your attention as worth playing with. What I forgot to mention in the video was that iRay was in version 1.2 and Arion in 2.0.2 - it's important since iRay seems to 'slow down' with higher versions... If it comes to Arion it's worth to mention that version 2.4 is just around the corner and some cool new features (to mention one: g-buffer!!!) will be very soon available (at a very fair price).
Part 8 of an 11 part Step Up to NUKE training series by Lee Lanier, VFX Trainer and Author of Digital Compositing with NUKE. Lee takes you through Keying in NUKE with a full overview of the keying node, including Keylight, Primatte 5 and NUKE’s very own Image Based Keyer (IBK).
DW// Tutorial - Learn how to use the 'Camera Projection Set' custom scripts for quickly creating camera projections. Set contains two Python scripts for creating a new camera based off of a selected source camera at the current Viewer frame. The scripts work based on the current selection in the DAG: 1 'Camera' node (required) and 1 'img' input node (optional).
Tutorial covers the typical, manual way of creating a camera projection from an existing camera as well as the custom scripts now available.
Python scripts used can be found at the DW Website:
http://library.creativecow.net/scandlyn_david/Nuke_Projections_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.
NUKE has core collaboration tools to ensure compositing can be a team effort. This video shows you how NUKE’s groups, backdrop nodes, sticky notes and precomps allow you to share the workload, increase quality, and get your work done faster. Visit thefoundry.co.uk/stepuptonuke for more info.