Sometimes the timing of your footage just isn't quite right. It might be too fast, or it could be too slow. This course will show you how you can use NUKE to change that timing and get it perfect. Software required: NUKE
Have you ever worked with footage that has really cool action in it, but the timing just won't work with the rest of your shot? If so, this is the perfect course for you. In this course, Retiming Footage in NUKE, you'll learn how to completely change the timing of your footage. First, you'll look at setting up your footage and simple ways to offset your footage in NUKE. Next, you'll discover how to speed up or slow down your footage and how to create motion blur, or frames that never existed in your original shot. Finally, you'll learns some techniques for cleaning up some of the artifacts that the retiming process can cause, so that you have the perfect final image. When you're finished with this NUKE course, you'll not only have a better understanding of how NUKE works with time, but also how to use it to create great looking dramatic footage. Software required: NUKE.
Conrad is a visual effects compositor, and has been using Nuke and working on feature films since 2008. He's worked on Avatar, Harry Potter, Deadpool, Jurassic World, and at companies including, Framestore, MPC, and Digital Domain.
Hi everyone, my name is Conrad Olson and welcome to my course Timeshifiting and re-timing in Nuke.
I am a visual effects compositor and I have been working on feature films since 2008.
Sometimes the timing of footage you have to work with just isn’t quite right. Perhaps the main action point happens at the wrong moment, maybe to action is too slow to be exciting, or maybe slowing it down could add some drama.
In this course, we are going to learn how to use different techniques in Nuke to change the timing of your footage. This will allow you to get the action happening exactly at the moment you want to tell your story, or just to create a cool and dramatic effect.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
Shifting your footage in time without changing the speed of it
Matching your footage to changes made by the editor
Speeding your footage and creating the correct motion blur
Slowing your footage down to create a slow mo effect
Cleaning up your results to get a pixel perfect image
By the end this course, you’ll know how to use Nuke’s retiming tools to make sure your action happens exactly when you want it to.Before beginning the course you should be familiar with the basics of the Nuke.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn retiming with the Timeshifiting and re-timing in Nuke course, at Pluralsight.