In this DVD Rob examines a professional compositing job from an actual commercial production performed at Sway Studio. Using D2 Software's award-winning NUKE, this lecture explores complex systems and approaches for compositing workflows. Rob explains the use of Pan and Tile environments, where 2D images recreate a full 3D environment. All aspects of the compositing process are discussed, including professional methods for pulling keys from difficult greenscreen material. Rob goes over a few methods in meticulous detail for getting a clean key, even when faced with heavy motion blur and significant spill. This lecture provides a seldom-seen look inside the compositing process to aid the viewer's development as a professional compositor.
Over 3 hours of lecture.
01: A Full Production Composite Examined
02: Primatte Keying Techniques
03: Custom Key Creation
04: Pan and Tile Explained
05: Full 360 Degree Panoramic Setup
06: Fixing Pan and Tile Tiles With Paint
07: Integrating Camera Data into Pan and Tile
08: Compositing 3D With the Pan and Tile Background
09: Adding In a Lens Flare Using 3d Data
10: Script Optimization Techniques
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Robert Nederhorst is a Visual Effects Supervisor at Sway Studio, after over seven years at Digital Domain where he was 2D Sequence Supervisor. Rob has worked on such films as Stealth, The Day after Tomorrow, Daredevil, Star Trek: Nemesis, Vanilla Sky, Spy Kids, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, Supernova and X-Men. He recently worked on a Nine Inch Nails music video where he designed the lighting and rendering pipeline. He has been instrumental in the development of various visual effects tools such as NUKE, FrameCycler and SpeedGrade DI. He has been published in 3D Design magazine and Millimeter .