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Lesson 11. Advanced Compositing

Lesson 11. Advanced Compositing

Lesson FilesLessons > Lesson11 folder
Mediabackground.1-70.iff

background_matte.0001.iff

boat_comp.1-70.iff

chop1_beam.1-70.iff, chop1_lens.1-70.iff

chop2_beam.1-70.iff, chop2_lens.1-70.iff

choppers.1-70.iff, choppers.psd
Timeapproximately 1 hour and 15 minutes
GoalsImport Photoshop files into MultiLayer node

Stabilize shaky images

Animate using the KeyMix node

Use the Curve Editor to modify an animation

Use different image math functions and filters

Create a multilayer composite at video resolution


The boat composite that you will complete in this lesson is an excellent example of how you would integrate multiple layers of computer-generated elements with a live action background. Often, computer-generated elements are rendered in separate passes to provide the compositor with ultimate control over the color, size, focus, and grain of the individual elements. This is the case here. So, ships ahoy my friend. It's time to combine all of the elements into one seamless composite.


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