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Digital Compositing with Nuke by Lee Lanier

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CHAPTER 2

 

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Transforming and Keyframing

Compositing programs differ from digital imaging programs in that they are designed for animation. As such, it’s necessary to place keyframes that define the values of parameters at different frames along the timeline. The key-frames define transformations, such as translate, scale, and rotate, and allow various filters to change their qualities over time.

This chapter includes the following critical information:

•   Working with bounding boxes

•   Transforming outputs

•   Keyframing parameters

•   Editing animation curves

Bounding, Reformating, and Cropping

The bounding box, visible in the Viewer ...

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