Today I have finished the first module of our „Nuke Practice Hour“ with the last tutorial about Linear Color, 32Bit Floats and EXRs in Foundry Nuke 12.2. The title of this Module is “Let’s start in NUKE 12.2“ and I have covered the most important concepts you have to learn when starting with node-based Compositing in NUKE.
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The next module will follow soon 🙂
01 Introduction to the NUKE 12.2 Interface
02 Making your first compositing in NUKE
03 Layers, Channels & Shuffle Nodes in NUKE
04 Understanding Premults & Alphas in NUKE
05 Linear Color, 32Bit Float & EXRs in NUKE
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