About this event
Nuke is built with Python at its core, allowing for a robust amount of programmability. This programmability benefits Compositors who are conscious of not wasting time on menial tasks, but instead are willing to harness the power of simple customization & automation.
Join Ben McEwan, Compositor, VFX mentor and author of “Ben’s Comp Newsletter” and David Nolan, Performance Product Manager for Nuke as they further discuss the importance of learning python and how it can improve your Nuke workflow.
In addition to writing a popular newsletter, McEwan also has a training course, Python for Nuke 101. McEwan will provide a summary of the course and key takeaways. Five lucky attendees will win access to the course for free!
The session will end with a live Q&A.
Ben McEwan is a Compositor & VFX Mentor, and author of the increasingly-popular, "Ben's Comp Newsletter". He is currently a Compositing Supervisor at Image Engine in Vancouver, and has worked with many other top-tier studios such as Industrial Light & Magic, Dneg & Method Studios since 2011.
Former compositor, now part of the Product Management team on Nuke at Foundry. Working to help Nuke users work faster, and go home on time.
Our products help tackle complex visualization challenges to meet the demands of your customers and projects. With over 20 years of industry know-how and a focus on speed, quality and user-experience, we save you time so you can spend it bringing incredible ideas to life.
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