We’re looking for someone with some of the following skillsets: interactive art direction, broadcast-style branding and animation, AfterEffects motion graphics, AE with Keylight/green screen/alpha channel expertise, 3D Studio Max, Cinema 4D, Papervision, Flash, ActionScript 3.0, Final Cut Pro (Color, Compressor), audio editing/sound design (Pro Tools, Soundbooth), and any video directing/editing/producing background would be helpful as well.
The position can begin immediately, and it has the potential to be a freelance to perm position.
Please send design/motion graphics reel and list of software/proficiencies. Please confirm that you are able to work onsite in a NYC office. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions we can answer in the meantime.
in my project settings i have added a new tab called lim_dir and then a text knob called lim_txt.
How can i access and change lim_txt in python? is there some nuke tree i can look at?
We are looking for :
- Artists working specifically with Foundry Nuke and Adobe After Effects
- Artists working with Autodesk Maya/Blender and other 3D packages
- 2D Artists working with Adobe Photoshop/GIMP with relevant compositing pipeline knowledge
- More than 2 years experience in working with feature work is a plus.
Kuala Lumpur, also known as The Klang Valley is an exciting location to work in, with low costs of living and high levels of commercial development.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our workflow is on-set capture to 10-bit cineform 1080p files. usually wrapped in an avi container, sometimes mov. These drop in any program in our workflow no problem, including Fusion.
However I am interested in moving the post over to Nuke, from Fusion.
We are trying out NukeX 6.2v2 as of now, and cannot get cineform files to work at all. When I drag in a cineform wrapped in avi, Nuke flat out says "invalid media type". When I drag in a cineform mov, it loads into the player, but is just complete static.
I’ve searched everywhere, and haven’t been able to find anything, expect that nuke apparently supports cineform raw files. How could it support cineform raw and not the much simpler flat out cineform codec?
I know you’ll probably say "just write everything you need to comp out to an image sequence". That would be great, except it would completely break our existing workflow and require us to double our storage, and have duplicates of everything. It has been incredibly nice to directly drop in our masters for compositing.
So I guess I’m asking, has anyone had luck with cineform in Nuke? Or does it just flat out not support standard directshow codecs? That would probably be a dealbreaker, sadly 🙁
Thanks for reading!
The ideal candidate should have an extensive experience in large scale feature, or episodic productions in creating photo-real matte paintings for live action integration, or stand alone MP plates. experienced knowledge in compositing softwares such as Nuke, and After Effects are huge plus. understanding of 3d hard surface and organic lighting and camera positioning in Maya are also a plus. Candidate must also be able to execute as well as being creative in a team environment. Most importantly able to deliver in a fast paced production environment.
please email 1. Resume, 2 Portfolio/Reel 3. Breakdown to email@example.com with subject title "Matte Painter".
no phone calls, and the greater Los Angeles area only.
We went over to uhaul today to pick some up because we had a ton of people that are apart of the production going to stores to pick them up, however most every store wouldnt give us any, or they would only give us a handful anyhow.
These moving boxes are like 12 a piece here in NYC 🙁
Someone suggest we just shoot the scene and then add the boxes in post…..
Does anyone have any ideas on best idea in achieving this? I am a fairly competent editor fcp or avid, and know keyframe/roto/basic composition and used to know a lil after effects during college (10 or so years ago, since then Ive always farmed it out to you professionals) lol. Im sure tons have changed, so basically trying to get a feel for if its possible and how?
Green screen it? My dp knows a good deal on green screen. My personal machine has photoshop/afx/shake/fcp…so Id prefer to try to use a program I have.
So any ideas, if so….how so? and ideas?
Thank you so much in advance
Dear Friends of 3DE!
Today a new beta version (3DE4 R1b11) has become available. It fixes a few nasty bugs – please see changelog below…
In addition, we finished our Lens Distortion Plugin SDK ("LDPK"). It contains a comprehensive guide on how to develop your own distortion model plugins, as well as some code which implements 3DE4’s current lens distortion models (open source): click here for more details!
i dnt wanna something so complex just more realstic and would be better if a stndalone software !!
plz respond………….thx in advance