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ssao v1.0


 
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Contributor: Marco Romeo
Gizmo containing a Blink script to compute the ScreenSpaceAmbientOcclusion between two images with deep and depth information.
Requirements:
8.0 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
26 May 2014
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The gizmo generates a Screen Space Ambient Occlusion pass between two deep images inside Nuke.

The gizmo contains a BlinkScript node that implements the effect kernel and computes it on the GPU.

 

 

 

Nuke Screen Space Ambient Occlusion for Deep Compositing from Marco Romeo on Vimeo.

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