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« on: May 12, 2009, 07:07:18 PM »

by Pete O'Connell
Montreal, Quebec Canada
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Article Focus: Nuke, the new compositing tool from The Foundry, is rapidly becoming a favorite in high-end film production. Its price also offers an easy entry for indie producers who want to create better work, faster and more powerfully. Film compositor Pete O'Connell offers this guided tour of Nuke for AE users, along with tips for leveraging your AE experience in the brave "Nuke" world of VFX creation.

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