UDEMY [100% OFF]. Enroll for free – Level up! Transitioning from After Effects and Learning Nuke
What you’ll learn
- Easily transition over from After Effects into Nuke, and apply what you already know to a Node based software!
- Comparing the two interfaces, and learning how to do the basic tasks Learning the differences between the software, and why Node based composition
- The basic tools and interface of Nuke The concepts of node based compositing, versus layer based compositing
- Understand how to structure a composite in Nuke Basic shapes, rotoscoping, and constants
- Pre-comping in After Effects, versus hierarchy in Nuke Saving out files
- AE Effects panel VS Node Panel
- Have an understanding of After Effects (this is an After Effects to Nuke course!)
- Install Nuke (It’s FREE for non-commercial use!)
This free course is a short training on moving over from After Effects and leveling up to a more powerful and capable and industry standard software, Nuke. Nuke is capable of more complex compositing through a visual node-based compositing system. Is this course the right one?: -If you’re serious about getting good at compositing, you need to be learning Nuke -The instructor is a digital compositor who has worked on numerous Hollywood blockbuster films, at the highest level.
You will learn in this After Effects to Nuke Training: -The difference between node based, and layer based compositing -The basics of the Nuke interface -Editing properties, learning about different node types and effects -Learning basic color correction -Learn about the timeline, and how to set keyframes and create basic animations -The difference between after effects “precomp” system, and Nuke’s viewer system -How to render out of Nuke There is a small project file associated with this class to follow along with, with a sign up and free download if you want to follow along.
Who this course is for:
- People familiar with After Effects, who want to step up in VFX and learn Nuke!
- Beginners in Nuke who are unfamiliar with the software
- Individuals curious about “node based” compositing, instead of layers