Toxik Node Reference Library: Transform Nodes
In this course, we will learn how each Transform node works and how to use it inside of Toxik. Software required: Toxik 2009 and up.
In this course, we will learn how each Transform node works and how to use it inside of Toxik. In this series of lessons, we'll learn how to use certain tools found in Toxik. The power of Toxik comes from its flexible, node-based workflow. As a Toxik compositor, your artistic ability and turn-around time depends on your knowledge of the tools and how to use them: the Reference Library is designed to allow us to find the information we need about a specific node, or tool, quickly. We'll begin each lesson with a project file already created so we can focus on learning the specifics of each node instead of general Toxik workflows. We are constantly adding and updating our Reference Library so that it has the ability to evolve along with software applications. Please feel free to contact us if there is a specific node or aspect of Toxik that you want to learn about. Software required: Toxik 2009 and up.
Course SyllabusIntroduction and Project Overview- 0m 58s
—Introduction and Project Overview 0m 58sToxik Node Reference Library: Transform Nodes- 47m 40s
—Flip Node 2m 4s
—Orient Node 2m 1s
—Panner Node 6m 18s
—2D Transform Node: SRT 4m 17s
—2D Transform Node: Output Tab Motion Blur and Filtering 10m 39s
—2D Transform Node: Output Tab Tiling Crop 5m 27s
—2D Transform Node: Layers SRT Track Stabilize 3m 21s
—2D Transform Node: 1 Point 4m 38s
—2D Transform Node: 2 Point 5m 5s
—2D Transform Node: 4 Point 3m 45s