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Compositing Companion

AI Compositing and VFX Assistant

Compositing Companion is an AI-powered app that serves as a helpful assistant for compositing and visual effects in Nuke. With its vast knowledge base, it can provide explanations on spill suppression, offer tips and tricks for creating more realistic smoke effects, and even give you useful TCL expressions to enhance your final comp. The app welcomes you to explore the VFX universe with Nuke and offers a range of tools, including a browser and a Python script, to assist you in your compositing journey. Say goodbye to the guesswork and let Compositing Companion streamline your workflow!

Learn how to use Compositing Companion effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.

Example prompts

  1. Prompt 1: "Explain spill suppression in Nuke."

  2. Prompt 2: "How can I make my final comp look better?"

  3. Prompt 3: "Give me 3 useful TCL expressions."

  4. Prompt 4: "Tell me about $GUI expression."

  5. Prompt 5: "What are the best keying practices?"

  6. Prompt 6: "Can you give me some tips & tricks for compositing smoke more realistically?"

Features and commands

  1. Spill suppression: Use the command "Explain spill suppression in Nuke" to learn about the process of removing unwanted spill from green or blue screen footage during compositing.

  2. Improving final comp: Use the command "How can I make my final comp look better?" to get suggestions and techniques for enhancing the overall look of your composite.

  3. Useful TCL expressions: Use the command "Give me 3 useful TCL expressions" to receive three TCL (Tool Command Language) expressions that can be used to automate tasks or perform specific operations in Nuke.

  4. $GUI expression: Use the command "Tell me about $GUI expression" to understand the purpose and functionality of the $GUI expression in Nuke, which is used to refer to the graphical user interface elements of the software.

  5. Keying practices: Use the command "What are the best keying practices?" to access recommendations and guidelines for achieving high-quality keying results, particularly when working with green or blue screen footage.

  6. Tips & tricks for smoke compositing: Use the command "Can you give me some tips & tricks for compositing smoke more realistically?" to discover techniques and advice for creating realistic smoke effects in compositing projects using Nuke.

About creator

Author nameErik P


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Web Browsing
DALL-E Image Generation
Code Interpreter


First added15 November 2023

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