Advanced Keying Breakdown: 4.1 – Template

0:00 – Introduction
4:30 – CC and transform after key
6:49 – CC and transform before key
12:03 – Advanced Keying Template flowchart
15:25 – Advanced Keying Template
40:10 – Advanced Keying Template Compressed
40:55 – Advanced Keying walkthrough script
41:59 – outro


Hey guys,

Sorry for the long overdue tutorial wrapping up this keying series. Here is the advanced keying template video, along with a flowchart and download link to the template scripts, which you can save to your toolsets for your own use in your nuke scripts.

advanced_keying_template_flowchart_3

Here is the Template Flow Chart from the video for you to download and review:

Here is the download to the Advanced Keying Template Package:

Advanced Keying Template Package Download

Or download from Nukepedia

Package contains:
Advanced_Keying_Template_v06_.nk
Advanced_Keying_Template_Compressed_v06_.nk
Advanced_Keying_Template_Walkthrough_v01_.nk


Some of you have asked for source materials for keying practice.  I can provide you with a few free downloads so you can practice.

https://www.thefoundry.co.uk/support/user-guides/#nuke  – download the nuke keying assets

http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/nuke/learn1/ – scroll down to 2d compositing | Compositing Basics.  Click on the link that says Download Assets for Basic Workflows (535 MB).  Here you will find the girl and desert  BG found in this tutorial.

https://mango.blender.org/ – Tears of steal open source project.  Free 4K footage for people to download and practice.  Highly recommended.  scroll down to the blog post called ALL 4K FRAMES – NOW AVAILABLE ON XIPH.ORG.



Finally, I want to thank everyone for your continued support, views, shares, comments, and emails.  It all means a lot to me and you’ve certainly motivated me to keep going. Thank you.

As always, if there are any questions, just leave a comment or shoot me an email and I will try my best to respond.  Hopefully with this series of tutorials, and now this template, you guys will be fully equipped to handle even the toughest of keys.

Until next time!

AE to Nuke: 02 Deinterlace inside of Nuke

You can grab the bridal footage asset from VideoCopilot.net:

http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials/deinterlace_in_ae/

Below I have included a link to the group I was using in the video, which I have named “Deinterlacer_v02”

DeInterlacer_v02

I chose a group instead of a gizmo because it is easy to just drag and drop into any script without any fuss and will work on multiple machines or networks.  Gizmos will break if it cannot link to the main file properly.  Anyways just drag and drop this guy into the script and voila, deinterlaced video.

Let me know if it works for you, if it has any bugs, or needs any updates.

Best,

Tony Lyons

AE to Nuke: 01 Basic Sky Replacement

For the assets to follow along yourself, go to the following link and select “project”:
http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials/basic_sky_replacement/

It’s a good Idea to deinterlace the video and to convert the .mov provided into an image sequence, and I will tell you guys how to do that in the next video.

This is my first tutorial, I am sure I will get better as I go along, but please let me know some feedback.  Too fast? too slow? to boring?  etc.  I’d be glad to hear.  Thanks and I look forward to posting more videos.

Cheers,

Tony Lyons

AE to Nuke tutorials: The Mission

I will keep this a brief mission statement.  For awhile now I have heard the many arguments of artists on which program is better, after effects, or nuke, and how there seems to be a very fine line and not too many artists who cross over to both worlds.

I decided to bridge that gap, it is obvious the power of both nuke and after effects.  I think one thing after effects has a leg up on is the ease of access to great tutorials, specifically from VideoCopilot.net.  Andrew Kramer and his team did an amazing job letting people like me and others learn AE easily.

I’d like to take the VideoCopilot tutorials and “convert” them into nuke tutorials.  I will start at the bottom and go all the way through.  so those familiar with after effects from Andrew’s videos will have no more excuse to jump into nuke and vice versa.

I must say I have not touched after effects much in the past few years, so it will be a Journey for me to not only learn the VideoCopilot’s tuts and techniques for after effects, but to then figure out the best way to get similar results using Nuke.

I think it will be fun and I hope everyone will learn a thing or two.

I will post the first videos shortly.

Cheers,

Tony Lyons