All posts tagged Shake Shake 4.1 Essential Training
Shake is the tool of choice for major motion picture studios. It has had a starring role in producing the Oscar-winning visual effects for King Kong and many other films. Shake 4.1 Essential Training provides a solid foundation for creating award-winning compositions. From clarifying the often confusing interface to introducing the concepts of node-based compositing, from teaching the different modal views to explaining how to render files, this training provides a thorough introduction to Shake. Part I covers working with various media, learning shortcuts, using the Curve Editor, and rendering to disk. Part II will be available in the early summer and will cover key topics such as masks, rotoscoping, color correction, image tracking, and keying. Exercise files accompany the tutorial

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Gnomon Shake tutorial collection

Gnomon Shake 101 :Interface and Workflow

Designed for the compositing artist new to Shake, this lecture covers the essential capabilities and workflow of the program. Martin discusses the UI (user interface) covering all aspects of its functionality. He focuses on his own production workflow, revealing how to effectively create a professional node-based composite. Topics covered include rotoscoping, color correction, premultiplication issues of a digital image, animation and movement. Learn methodologies and shortcuts that will dramatically improve your efficiency and performance

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Vtc Complet Shake 4.1 Tutors

Welcome to VTC’s tutorial on Shake 4. My name is Kalika Kharkar. In this course, we will cover the new features in Shake 4, the system requirements and an introduction to nodes. In the orientation section, we will learn how to open Shake for the first time. The Viewer, Tool Tabs, and Node View, the parameters, the Color Picker, Pixel Analyzer, and time Bar, the Curve Editor, Audio Panel, and time View, and the Command Line, Help, Title Bar, and Top Menus. Using the interface: here we will learn how to view images, how to use the Nodework Space, working with parameters and globals, how to view channels and compare buffers, and navigation and keyboard shortcuts. In the section on File In and File Browser, we’ll learn how to use the File In Node, using the browser, importing different file formats, how to replace footage, and basic retiming with the File In.

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