|The philosophy of this Wiki is simple: it does not aim to give a complete coverage of every aspect of Nuke practice. It seeks, instead, to give the sort of information that a newbie will require, with particular attention to anything that might confuse or confound. More detailed learning material can be found at:
- The Refference Guide (tools only)
- This is an easy to navigate guide to all of Nuke's nodes, each one with its own help page. At the bottom of each help page is a link to learning videos.
- Refference guide (full)
- This is a more fully featured version of the same thing. Less easy to navigate, but more info.
- A good book
- Nuke 101: Professional Compositing and Visual Effects: Ron Ganbar's wonderful book on Nuke. Ideal for newbies.
- And some good intro movies
- Nuke interface overview, Importing footage / elements, Constructing node networks, A YouTube playlist: learning the basics of Nuke.
- Plenty of websites and resources.
- Nuke is a popular app with a wide user base.
- Additionally, through RMIT library you have access to Lynda.com training vids.
- I recommend checking out 'NUKE Essential Training' by Steve Wright.