In association with The Foundry and Hewlett Packard.
Escape Studios in association with The Foundry and HP will be hosting a unique event on August 18th at the Curzon Cinema in Soho. This event is designed for professional artists who want to explore the new features of NUKE, NUKEX and the newly launched bridge between NUKE and MARI.
Exploring The New Features of NUKE & NUKEX 6.3
Watch specialists from the Foundry and guest speaker Russell Dodgson demonstrate NUKE’s role in the production of commercials at Framestore.
With so many improvements and additions to get to grips with, our speakers will quickly demonstrate how you can expand the parameters of traditional compositing with version 6.3 of NUKE and NUKEX. We will show you how you can increase productivity and facilitate creativity within your teams.
During this session, we will explore new features such as 3D Particles, Planar Tracker, Denoise, Deep Image Compositing, brand NEW spline & grid warping, audio scratch track and more.
Improving Workflows With The NUKE to MARI Bridge
In this session, we will be showing you exactly how this new bridge works and how you can harness its power to simplify your workflows. This bridge will help you get the full power of brush-based painting to common projection problems. No more copying information and importing it between the two programs. The NUKE to MARI Bridge delivers a focused workflow to provide NUKE artists with MARI’s dedicated 3D paint tools, making digital environment and projection work more efficient and final composited scenes more believable.The Foundry will demonstrate how working with HP they have been able to make substantial improvements to production performance.
When: August 18th, 2011
Time: 6:00pm drinks, 6:30 pm presentations
Where: Curzon Cinema, Soho, London
- NUKE 6.3 New Features – Matt Brealey & Jon Wadelton, The Foundry
- NUKE – Customer Project – Russell Dodgson, Framestore
- MARI 1.3 New features – Jack Greasley, The Foundry
- MARI – Customer Project
- NUKE to MARI Bridge – Matt Brealey, The Foundry