Throughout this NUKE tutorial, we'll delve into the steps required to create a stereoscopic conversion. This will include understanding the principles of stereo conversion as well as proper depth allocation and choice. Proper conversion workflows will be discussed along with utilization of NUKE's stereo toolset and creation of custom stereo conversion tools within NUKE. By the end of the NUKE training, you'll have a reasonable understanding of stereo principles and be able to create a proper stereo converted image. Software required: NUKE 8.
Introduction and Project Overview Hi everyone, my name is Sean Amlaner. I am a senior digital compositor with experience in both 2D and 3D stereo compositing. My more recent work has been included in Wreck-It Ralph, The Lone Ranger, and a number of other feature films. In this course, we are going to learn how to do basic stereoscopic conversion within NUKE. Some of the key takeaways from watching this course include learning how to understand the basic principles of stereo conversion, properly allocate depth and make correct depth choices, understand proper stereo conversion work flows, utilize stereo tools within Nuke, as well as create a few custom stereo conversion tools, and finally, output the final 3D stereo image from a 2D image. By the end of the training, you will have learned how to properly convert a basic 2D map painting into a stereoscopic 3D image. I'm excited to work with Digital-Tutors and share these techniques with you, so let's get started with the first lesson.