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Using Blender's vector pass in Nuke


Sean writes:

Using Blender's vector passes in The Foundry's Nuke to create motion blur on 3D rendered elements sounds pretty easy - until you try it the standard Nuke way and find it doesn't work! In this tip, I'll show you how to shuffle the channels around correctly so you get perfect motion blur from those vector passes.

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Sean Kennedy

Sean Kennedy is a visual effects artist living and working in Los Angeles, California. He's worked at visual effects companies both small and large, and composited on two Academy Award winning films – The Golden Compass and Life of Pi. He's currently working at CoSA VFX in Los Angeles.

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