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Digital Compositing with Nuke by Lee Lanier

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CHAPTER 7

 

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Time Warping and Image Distortion

When you shoot motion picture film or video footage, it’s captured at a specific frame rate. When an image sequence or movie is imported into Nuke, it’s read at a frame rate determined by the project settings. Nevertheless, you can slow down or speed up the sequence or movie by changing the frame rate with Nuke nodes designed to warp time. However, warps are not limited to time. Nuke provides a number of filters that distort or warp the colors of an input.

This chapter includes the following critical information:

•   Understanding Nuke time management

•   Time warping to speed up or slow down ...

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