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How to give a back light effect to a character if there is no physical light there actually to illuminate him.
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In the attached Nuke script I have a 3D scene etc.. with two point clouds. When you link the point cloud labelled (PointCloud) to the Scene node you can view and select the many yellow features in both the 2D and 3D view.
However when I attached the Point Cloud labelled (Camera01Features) to the Scene node, I am unable to view any of the features!?
I simply can’t see what the difference is with the two Point Cloud nodes.
The Point Cloud named (PointCloud) came with a FXPHD .nk file. While the Point Cloud named (Camera01Features) is one I’ve exported from PFTrack.
Could it be an error with the way I am exporting the .nk file from PFTrack.
Any guidance with this would be a great help!
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i need to know how can i make a tilable texture in nuke, i basically have a pattern and i need to repeat it along surface, i tried to use the mirror node but it does`t work it just mirror my original texture, is any body have a solution to do this inside nuke ?!!
may be someone have expierence in this way, I want to make an animation with this effect. May be I need to use some plugs? At the moment I have some tests with pEm, but not so good as reference.
Do you have any experience comping stereoscopic stuff?
What are the most common previewing techniques?
Are there anything else, but red/green glasses on the market? I mean polar glasses with special monitors etc.