Instructor:Matt LINDER

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In this lecture, Matt Linder discusses the powerful flexibility of using the command line and expressions to take your compositing to a new level of speed and efficiency. Matt begins with basic Unix commands for your terminal or shell, showing how to navigate around directories and files, and leads into Shake commands that demonstrate the advantages of command line workflow. Command line tasks run much more efficiently when you do not need to load a user-interface. Matt shows how to composite, resize, color correct, transform and convert your images from the com- mand line. He teaches how to set up batch scripts to run multiple tasks for nighttime renders or a distributed render, and how to build template scripts for repetitive tasks like title slates, wedges, video to film or film to video conversions. Matt uses simple math expressions to add new functionality to Shake, accessing and altering data anywhere in the workflow, linking node parameters, or creating random noise or sine wave expressions. He shows how to customize Shake's interface, how to build your own Macros, and how to build your own Viewer Look-Up-Table.

Over 3 hours of lecture.

Product Code: MLI01

Unix Commands
Working Via Command Line
Command Line Scripting
Batch Scripting
Repetitive Task Utilities

Color-X Expressions
Expression Functions & Variables
Creating Your Own Macros
Installing 3rd Party Plugins
Customizing Shake's Interface

01: Introduction
02: Terminal and Shells
03: Unix Commands
04: Command Line
05: Expression Linking
06: Expressions, Variables and Math Functions
07: Creating Local Variables
08: Creating Macros
09: Customizing the User Interface
10: Creating a Custom Viewer Lut
11: Installing Plugins
12: Putting It All Together

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