FXPHD – NUK235 The Art and Science of Green Screen Keying Free Download : Pulling a key from a greenscreen is one of the fundamental expertise for any compositor however solely essentially the most expert artists can create the phantasm of the mixing of an extracted inexperienced display aspect with different CG layers to make it appear to be it was shot on the similar time, with the identical digital camera and lenses underneath the identical lights. For a compositor there may be extra to see than simply inexperienced pixels and an alpha channel. The elaboration of a inexperienced display or blue display requires each wonderful creative eye and a methodological mindset.
Professor Victor Perez has designed this two-part course to show you all of the accessible keying instruments in Nuke X and how you can use them to drag a key as an actual professional. In half one of the course, Victor gives an in depth overview of ideas each artist ought to know relating to keying and then dives into masking the keyers accessible in Nuke X. ‘The Art and Science of Green Screen Keying, Part 1’ accommodates over 5 hours of instruction in addition to footage information (accessible with our premium membership).
Victor Perez is a senior visible results artist with over 12 years of manufacturing expertise in laptop graphics, digital grading and visible results, in addition to a NUKE Official Certified Trainer by The Foundry. As a senior digital compositing artist and 2D Technical Director he has a wonderful mixture of each creative and technical understanding of movie post-production and visible results. Member of Visual Effects Society and typical collaborator of Nukepedia. Victor has labored and researched with Oscar winner studios equivalent to Cinesite and Double Negative and others.
Green vs blue (and what about purple?), greenscreen vs rotoscoping, inexperienced as a reference (to not be keyed), technical specs for keying, movie vs digital, shade subsampling (and workaround smoothing), cyan undercut (movie subject), grain and noise, compression, display uniform lighting, greenscreen graded and expertise graded plates, script format for greenscreen composting: Alpha, RGB and BG streams
The boolean logic (“Frankensteining”), guide auxiliar mattes:,holdout & rubbish mattes and their fusion strategies, procedural auxiliar mattes I: procedural holdout and rubbish mattes, procedural auxiliar mattes II: edge matte, Nuke’s EdgeDetect, V_EdgeMatte
Luminance keying I: Nuke’s Keyer (luminance key operation); Luminance keying II: script setup for a guide luminance Key
Color distinction keying I: script setup for a guide shade distinction key; shade distinction keying II: Keylight™
Color distinction keying III: Ultimatte™
Color distinction keying IV: Chromakeyer
Colorspace segmentation keying: Primatte™ I
Colorspace segmentation keying: Primatte™ II
Image-based keying: Nuke’s IBKGizmo & IBKColor
Difference keying I: Nuke’s Difference; distinction keying II: script setup for a distinction key
Chroma keying: Nuke’s HueKeyer
Minor keying operations: Nuke’s Keyer (saturation key and different operations), solarization (fringe matte)
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