How to Achieve 3D Camera Stabilisation Using Nuke

09.03.2016 Home >Blog >How to Achieve 3D Camera Stabilisation Using Nuke

Joe gives YellowDog another fantastic 3D Tips tutorial, but don’t just take our woof for it – watch the video tutorial and learn how to achieve 3D camera stabilisation with Nuke. 

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In this tutorial Joe shows you how to:

  • Remove distortion from the footage
  • Use the camera tracking node
  • Set a key on the transform attributes to stabilise the camera
Nuke is a node-based compositing toolkit by Foundry. It offers low hardware requirements, operating system support and support for various industry standards. Nuke’s node graph and resolution-independent processing gives the toolkit both power and performance.

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