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Nuke to Fusion Quick Transition Guide

Nuke to Fusion Quick Transition Guide

Blackmagic Design’s Fusion is a compelling offer at only $299 for the full Studio version. Its feature list checks all the boxes: 3D tracking, keying, rotoscoping, node-based…

Fusion 9 in depth review

Fusion 9 in depth review

There was a lot of chatter around Fusion a couple of years back when Blackmagic acquired the company. But in the ensuing time spent porting to Mac and Linux, the…

A Crash Guide for Using RCM in Resolve for VFX

A Crash Guide for Using RCM in Resolve for VFX

Do turnovers to and from VFX need to be difficult? It can seem like it at times. Editors benefit from working in ProRes or DNxHD, while Nuke & Fusion Artists…

Scorpion VFX: a modern take on the VFX pipeline

Scorpion VFX: a modern take on the VFX pipeline

The team behind the primetime hit series Scorpion takes an unconventional approach to post-production to deliver a staggering number of VFX shots.  Working within a timeline and budget that…

Keying and compositing in NukeX

Keying and compositing in NukeX

You’ve seen it before: composited people with hair helmets. If you’ve done any keying yourself, you probably notice it all the time. And you’ve seen worse: webbed…

What does Baselight’s new announcement mean to you?

What does Baselight’s new announcement mean to you?

Now available, Avid and NUKE free plugins allow color grade to be imposed in real time; simple upgrade to full node-locked or floating licenses if required…