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Compositing and Scene Referred Data


Peetie writes:

A tutorial about compositing in Blender while respecting the scene linear data. I would say it's a video on intermediate level, because you need to be familiar with the compositor.

Discussed in the Video:

  • Scene referred vs Display referred data.
  • Filmic view vs Default view and the cause of broken nodes.
  • What is actually brightness, contrast and exposure.
  • Nodes that respect linear data and nodes that are actually designed for display data.
  • Pivoted Contrast
  • Multi Layered Pivoted Contrast
  • Hold outs vs matte

About Author

Robert Wesseling

I am Robert, founder of New Media Supply and very active member on under the username Peetie. Working with blender for 5 year and made some nice products. I am a generalist, but a bit more focussed on Shaders, rendering, compositing and lighting. And I started to write addons. The EV Express is the first addon.

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