Building a Re-lighting Filter in Pixel Bender

In this course, we will learn how to build a filter to relight images in Pixel Bender using a normals pass. Software required: Pixel Bender.
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Aug 4, 2009
Duration
1h 2m
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Description
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Aug 4, 2009
Duration
1h 2m
Description

In this course, we will learn how to build a filter to relight images in Pixel Bender using a normals pass. Software required: Pixel Bender.

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Introduction and Project Overview
[Autogenerated] Papa Giorgio in digital tutors and adobe authorized training partner. And in this exciting course, we're gonna be going through the process of building your own relighting filter inside pixel bender for use and after effects. Now this course will cover all the elements you need to know to start building really complex filters and pixel bender, an army with the basic understanding of how the filters air structure. Using a post production tool like after effects is a really efficient way to relight your scene and really, without building any complex networks of layers to do this relighting over and over. Instead, we're gonna do it with one simple filter. As a bonus, we're also going to cover the process of rendering your own color and normal passes in Maya. So with that, let's get started by loading up pixel bender and adding our first few lines of code