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Advanced Production Techniques in 3DEqualizer and NUKE
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Released Jul 16, 2014
Philip Maddock

Guest Tutor

Philip Maddock
In this tutorial we'll learn how to use 3DEqualizer and NUKE together in a professional workflow for production. Throughout these lessons we'll look at the more advanced features of 3DEqualizer and how to utilize them with NUKE in a really effective way. We'll start by creating a 3D screen replacement, and then further utilize 3DEqualizer assets to stabilize shaky footage.
Finally, we'll dive into correcting for rolling shutter artifacts. By the end of this course, you will be well-equipped to handle a 3DEqualizer to NUKE workflow effectively.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:53
Tracking footage for screen replacement
2

Tracking footage for screen replacement

 
03:13
Solving the camera and aligning the screen
3

Solving the camera and aligning the screen

 
12:38
Assembling our 3DEqualizer assets in NUKE
4

Assembling our 3DEqualizer assets in NUKE

 
12:32
Finishing the 3D screen replacement
5

Finishing the 3D screen replacement

 
05:58
Tracking and solving for camera stabilization
6

Tracking and solving for camera stabilization

 
06:23
Assembling our stabilization script in NUKE
7

Assembling our stabilization script in NUKE

 
06:25
Performing the stabilization
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Performing the stabilization

 
08:37
Introduction to rolling shutter
9

Introduction to rolling shutter

 
04:38
Calculating for rolling shutter in 3DEqualizer
10

Calculating for rolling shutter in 3DEqualizer

 
06:44
Assembling our rolling shutter script in NUKE
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Assembling our rolling shutter script in NUKE

 
07:32
Assembling our rolling shutter corrected footage
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Assembling our rolling shutter corrected footage

 
08:35