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I know a fair bit about modeling and texturing, how would I go about learning how to incorporate 3d into film and video? What is the best way to learn? What is the best program?
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>>499007
>best program
after effects.
>best program for free
blender.
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>>499078
no
>>499078
use Nuke by the foundry.
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>>499080
>>499078
I've used and still have After Effects (regular video editing, not 3d), but I have heard that Nuke is preferred and used in the big leagues. What would be the best way to go about learning?
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>>499083
nuke is the #1 used composting program in the "big leagues" then probably after effects. but the amount of control and versatility you have with nuke is ridiculous.

>the foundry actually has some good tutorials on their website
https://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/nuke/learn1/
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>>499007
Holy fuck, that's lulworth cove. I've been there.



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