VFX Basics: Moving from After Effects to Nuke

VFX Basics: Moving from After Effects to Nuke

Requirements

  • Passion and Good Follow-Through

  • Adobe After Effects CC

  • The Foundry Nuke (non-commercial/ commercial version)

Description

If you want to learn how to use industry-standard software, Nuke, to create fancy visual effects (VFX) shots, but you don’t even know how to bring in your files - then you’re looking at the right course. This beginner course will help you get a head start with Nuke’s 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 .

Who this course is for:

  • Film students and graduates interested in visual effects post-production
  • Students who want to transition from After Effects compositing to node-based compositing software Nuke
  • NOT for existing advanced or seasoned Nuke users

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