NUKE is a powerful software that has been used in Hollywood film production for many years. The latest series of tutorials by Lighting and Environment Technical Director Nacho Thomas will show you how to work with EXR files, which are becoming more popular as they offer greater quality than traditional Capture-NX2 data formats when working on high resolution imagery or effects shots .
A number things need consideration before starting any job using this type of file such as whether your computer can handle loading them at full speed without crashing etc., but once loaded into their respective programs there should be no problem leveraging all these great features from HDRIs (High Dynamic Range Image) being composited together during postprocessing stage!.
In this tutorials, we will overview some of the main advantages of working with EXRs in nuke
OpenEXR is a file format created by Industrial Light & Magic. It has really been an incredible addition to the CG world, giving us multi-channel support in one single HDR image!
Nacho looks at the advantages of using EXR’s in NUKE and covers basics like layers, channels, or workflows with multichannel files. He also shows how you are able to create reusable Gizmos that will help streamline your current methods for processing these type file types within Nukey!
One of the must-know features in NUKE is its ability to use EXR files. This article will provide a continuation on that topic by looking at different ways you can import and work with them as well as explore some other things related to this format!