Rendering for compositors – NUKE & V-Ray for NUKE Masterclass

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Shahin Toosi. Senior Lighter Compositor. Lipsync. London.

Rendering in V-Ray for NUKE: What options and render tricks you have at hand with V-Ray for NUKE.

 

Shahin Toosi, Senior Lighter Compositor at Lipsync VFX, will provide an in-depth look into the new possibilities that V-Ray for NUKE opens for compositors within NUKE.

 

Shahin will cover:

The V-Ray Render node in NUKE: Main features; converting your shot for rendering with V-Ray.

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Lighting your shot in Nuke with V-Ray: How to take advantage of the relationship between 2D and 3D in NUKE, using V-Ray to get a perfect lighting match.

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Introduction to shaders in V-Ray for NUKE: The basics of creating and applying shaders in V-Ray for NUKE and using projections.

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Handling heavy geometry

 

 


 

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Shahin Toosi started his career in VFX for feature film in 2005 on X-Men 3 and has since worked at Framestore, Moving Picture Company and as Senior Compositor at Double Negative for the last 7 years. He lately joined Lipsync Post to establish a Lighter Compositor Pipeline within V-Ray for NUKE. Shahin’s work can be found in such films as “The Dark Knight”, “The Dark Knight Rises”, “Scott Pilgrim vs the World”, “ Captain America: The First Avenger”, “Thor: The Dark World, “Exodus: Gods and Kings”, “ Godzilla”, to name but a few.