VFX Basics: Moving from After Effects to Nuke

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Step-by-step guide to transitioning your visual effects compositing skills from After Effects to Nuke.


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About this Course

If you want to learn how to use industry-standard software, Nuke, to create fancy visual effects (VFX) shots, but you do not even know how to bring in your files – then you ar


e looking at the right course. This beginner course will help you get a head start with Nuke interface or even help you transition your compositing skills from After Effects – either way, you are introduced to the intimate details of Nuke.


Learn that Other Compositing Tool to Grow as a VFX Artist.


Learn by working through a revamped version of our very own Filmtorial® where we work on a commissioned piece of art for David from Prometheus (2012).


Why This Course?


Taught by a real professional in the visual effects and film industry who worked on actual Hollywood blockbusters

Step-by-step guide with a practical and hands-on mini project to work on

In-depth exploration into the differences and similarities across the two software

Networking and open collaboration opportunities with instructor and students

Participate in a new e-learning movement and style of learning by being a part of a story as student characters

Empower yourself by picking up the tool used by 80% of the Visual Effects Industry.


You will Learn How:


To use the Nuke interface from scratch

To use and apply basic nodes and effects from After Effects in Nuke

To comfortably prepare work files, composite and render your work in Nuke

The best part of it all – this course is utterly and ridiculously FREE.


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Translate compositing skills from After Effects to do compositing with industry software Nuke

Know what, when and how to navigate and use basic nodes in Nuke

The Ultimate Photoshop & Graphic Design Course ! 2020


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