3d projection in nuke

How to Use 3D Projection | Composite 2D Stock Footage Into a 3D Scene | Nuke

How to Use 3D Projection | Composite 2D Stock Footage Into a 3D Scene | Nuke

We are diving back into Nuke for another awesome tutorial! By the end of this post, our instructor, Sebastian Siggerud, will have taught you how to use the 3D projection node and turn 2D stock footage such as a photograph and some of our elements into something like the GIF below!

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This Nuke Tutorial Focuses On:
  • Creating depth with a photograph using the 3D projection node
  • Working with 3D objects inside of Nuke
  • Compositing 2D elements in a 3D scene
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and were able to discover new ways to better composite our stock footage into your projects.

Be sure to check out the rest of our tutorials to learn great tips and tricks to sharpening your compositing skills.

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