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Nuke Lens Distortion in Blender 2.90

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Sean writes:

With the alpha builds of Blender 2.90, we can now solve matchmoves using a Nuke lens distortion model that will work perfectly with the lens distortion nodes in both Nuke and Natron. Really exciting if you're using Blender in a studio pipeline with other programs!

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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.

4 Comments

  1. That's awesome! I was wondering how to convert from Nuke to Blender a few weeks ago. Now the final part would be a convenient way to use overscan so we can apply the distortion to our renders without it clipping at the borders :)

  2. Jayraj Kharvadi on

    Great news. Now hoping to get support for the anamorphic lenses as well.
    May be Including the 3dequalizer distortion models as well?

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