FINAL TEST ANIM307 F001
Answers must be fully correct. No credit is given for partial correctness. Answers should be written clearly, and/or in a way that demonstrates the student understands the answer. Language does not factor into the grading, as long as it is communicated that the student understands the answer. DECEMBER 5 AT 11:59PM
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What's the relationship between 'RGBA' in a digital image?
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What node is used to isolate channels?
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What is the difference between a matte and a mask?
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What does HSV stand for? Define each.
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What are the numeric values of pure black, and pure white?
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What are two synonyms for 'luminance'?
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What is the difference between 'contrast' and 'gamma'?
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What color is daylight?
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Name 3 filtering modes/algorithms.
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When integrating a CG element into a background plate, which filter should you always add last?
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What's one approach to matching the color of one image to the color of another?
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What is 'atmospheric perspective'?
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When objects are further away from the camera, how does that affect the way we perceive their motion?
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What's the basic strategy for building a 'glow' effect?
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Which is the eye more sensitive to?
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When shooting video, the lower the framerate, the more ___________?
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When shooting video, the more ISO/Gain, the more _________?
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What's a good F-Stop for shooting greenscreen footage, and why?
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What are 3 more tips for shooting greenscreen on set?
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How does spill work?
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How does despill 'remove green' from an image?
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What does a luma key do?
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What does the 'Screen' layering mode do?
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What's the difference between the "Max" and "Min" layering modes?
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What is the best layering mode for combining rotoshapes?
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How many points should you use to rotoscope the corner of an object?
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When rotoscoping, how should you manage edge quality in relation to the plate?
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You're working at a studio. You receive 3D render passes to composite, but the outsource studio forgot to send you a shadow pass. You let your supervisor know, but they say there's not enough time for them to relay communication, render it out and send it over. What can you do?
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Shadows are black.
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What is the best file format for image sequences?
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What are 4 of the basic 3D passes
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When comping 3D render passes, when should you use the "Add" layering mode?
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When comping 3D render passes, when should you use the "Screen" layering mode?
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When comping 3D passes, when should you use the "Multiply" layering mode?
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Explain Ambient Occulsion (AO)
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Explain "Unpremult" and "Premult"
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What happens to an image when shot with a wider angle?
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What are the 3 types of tracking?
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How does the process of tracking collect data from the image?
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What are the complementary colors of digital images?
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If an image is too warm, what should you do?
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If an image is too yellow, what should you do?
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If an image is too green, what should you do?
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If an image is too red, what should you do?
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When color matching 2 images, which channel should you manipulate last?
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What causes posterization and increases the visibility of noise in an image?
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What does the COPY node do?
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Why shoot day for night?
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What are 2 tips for shooting day for night?
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What's the basic approach for color correcting day to night?
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If you wanted to create a 'glitch' effect, how would you get started?
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The COLOR CORRECT node has controls for "shadows", "midtones" and "highlights." But it does not explain the precise value range and does not let you customize the range. What node can you use to customize how you control ranges of shadows, midtones and highlights?
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How do you create a horizontal blur in Nuke?
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What's the first thing you should do when you open Nuke?
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How do you toggle between viewing the RGBA channels, and how do you go back to viewing the color channel?
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Which should you do first when integrating an element into a plate?
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What node should you use to imitate shallow depth of field?
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Explain the EDGE DETECT node
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How can you generate and control motion blur in Nuke?
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What node/tool is typically used to separate the sky from the ground?
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