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Level up! Transitioning from After Effects and Learning Nuke

Publisher Alexander Hanneman

Course Language English

What you’ll learn

  • You can easily transition from After Effects to Nuke and use what you know to create Node-based software.
  • Comparison of the interfaces and basic tasks
  • Learn the differences and why Node-based compositing is better
  • The interface and basic tools of Nuke
  • There are two concepts to consider: layer-based compositing vs node-based compositing
  • Learn how to build a Nuke composite
  • Basic shapes, rotoscoping and constants
  • After Effects pre-comping versus hierarchy in Nuke
  • Files saved
  • AE Effects Panel VS Node panel


  • Understanding After Effects is a must (this is an After Effects course to Nuke!)
  • Install Nuke (It’s free for non-commercial uses!)


This course is free and teaches you how to move from After Effects to Nuke, a powerful and reliable industry-standard software.

Nuke can do more complicated compositing using a visual node-based system.

Is this the right course? This is:
If you want to become a master at compositing you must be proficient in Nuke

-The instructor has been a digital compositor and has worked onMany blockbuster Hollywood filmsAt the highest level.

This After Effects to Nuke Training will teach you:
-The differences between layer based and node based compositing
-The Nuke interface basics

-Editing properties and learning about various node types.

-Learn basic color correction

Learn about the timeline and how to set keyframes. Create basic animations.

– The difference between Nuke’s viewer and after effects “precomp”,

How to get rid of a nuke

This class includes a small project file that you can follow along with. You can sign up for a free download and get the full class as a PDF.

This course is designed for the following:

  • People who are familiar with After Effects and want to learn Nuke!
  • Nuke beginners who are not familiar with the software
  • Individuals are interested in “node-based” compositing instead of layers

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