Our goal at ProVideo Coalition is to not only inform our audience about new developments in the industry but to also help make them aware of and educate them about different kinds of technology and software that they might have only heard about or are just discovering. Many compositors and artists have heard about NUKE, but how many of you know what it's really capable of doing or have questions about how you can utilize it?
NUKE is the most advanced compositing package on the market today and it’s not just for top tier film studios. Making the switch to NUKE from other applications is not as challenging as you may think. The Foundry has created a resource of testimonials, tutorials and feature spotlights to help explain the differences and benefits of NUKE over other applications. Follow the link below to find out more and hear industry experts lay to rest to some of the misconceptions about the workflows and barriers.
For anyone new to this product, NUKE is high-end node-based compositing software. It's unique because it gives you the ability to build complex node trees and to work in a true 3D environment. NUKE really changes the way that artists work, making process logical, smooth and straightforward. Tasks that would be complex in other applications become simple and quick.
This is a great place to visit for anyone who is new to NUKE or wants to learn more about it and how it can change your production and workflow for the better.
And for anyone who wants to learn about the latest version of NUKE, check out the exclusive PVC review from Alistair Rankine, Nuke 7 Brings Compositing to the Next Level