Nuke Multi Pass Compositing

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Doing everything in 3D can be difficult. Multi-pass compositing helps to blend the lines between 3D and 2D. Discover the shortcuts used in production techniques along with a multi-pass cookbook to simplify the process.

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Standard video tutorials can be exhausting. We know, we’ve been there. The CG Fast Track tutorial format combines videos and screenshots so you don’t have to keep up with the video. Simply click through every step of the way with the screen shots. It’s an incredibly intuitive way to learn.

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Part 1

Secrets to managing difficult render passes are revealed in Part 1. Get to know beauty and utility passes and how to properly use them within a workflow at the beginning of your multi-pass journey.

Part 2

You don’t necessarily need 3D when you can use 2D! Part 2 helps you take control of your renders with techniques using relighting, depth, atmosphere, and utility passes. Bring your composite to life by integrating 2D stock elements in this workflow.

Part 3

Creating multi-pass setups from scratch can be tricky. Use the multi-pass cookbook in Part 3 - which includes render pass, element, and AOV setups - to speed up the learning curve and your workflow!

Kit Includes

Multi-Pass Cookbook Setups
Production Multi Pass Tools
Render Pass, Element and AOV setups
Under water bubbles stock element
Shipwreck render
Multi-Pass beauty and ultility chart
Caustics, moss, and dust textures

Info

Duration:

3hr 53min

Skill Level:

Intermediate

Release Date:

April 4, 2020

Software:

Nuke 12.0v.3

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Nuke Multi Pass Compositing

Doing everything in 3D can be difficult. Multi-pass compositing helps to blend the lines between 3D and 2D. Discover the shortcuts used in production techniques along with a multi-pass cookbook to simplify the process.

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