Floating Point Rounding Errors
What Every Computer Scientist Should Know About Floating-Point Arithmetic
The Cortex project is being developed around the IECore library developed in house at Image Engine and subsequently released as open source. Initially, Image Engine are providing the core library and Python bindings, along with their RenderMan, Maya, OpenGL, and Nuke support libraries.
Paste Bin
for quick and easy sharing of code snippets including syntax highlighting
Fast Fourier Transforms
Applet for exploring fast Fourier transforms
Chinese NUKE forum.Thanks。
Concepts behind the Matrix node
Link posted by Mason Doran on the Nuke-users list: "..it explains the concepts behind the Matrix node and presets to get different effects."
VFX Desktop
One very cool tool that bridges the gap between your favorite apps.
Understanding camera depth of field
Useful information about camera depth of field.
Book: Nuke 101: Professional Compositing and Visual Effects
For many visual effects artists who are just starting out or are moving from After Effects, Shake, Fusion, or another compositing tool, they are learning that Nuke is quickly becoming the feature film compositing industry standard. While there are several online turorials and courses available, there is currently no book on the market for those who need to know all the ins and outs of the software. Until now. Nuke 101 covers everything readers need to know to begin using the compositor for their projects. It includes step-by-step lessons on basic and advanced compositing, color correction, Roto Paint, keying, tracking, as well as more advanced topics such as using CGI and the 3D engine. The projects used throughout the book are based on real-world examples of professional production work and offer hard-worn advice from the pros who work in the trenches on high-end compositing work. After reading the techniques and following along in the projects, readers will have a solid foundation for working in Nuke and be able to join the ranks of its many fans and adopters.
The foundry Nuke Universo
All about Nuke

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