OverviewRepo ContentsDocumentationImplementationsAcknowledgementsA list of released implementations and links:Encoders:•Isotropix Clarisse 3.5 (By Isotropix), Demo•Chaos Group V-Ray 3.6 (By Chaos Group), 3DSMax demo, Maya demo, Nuke demoSee more on github.comExplore furtherFreebie: Cryptomatte Matte Plug-in
- Toolfarmtoolfarm.comHow to install Cryptomatte (Legacy Nuke - Natron - AE) - …youtube.comRecommended to you based on what's popular • FeedbackPeople also askWhat is cryptomatte & how does it work?Cryptomatte is a tool created at Psyop by Jonah Friedman and Andy Jones. It creates ID mattes automatically with support for motion blur, transparency, and depth of field, using organizational information already available at render time. This organizational information is usually names, object namespaces, and material names.GitHub
Nuke plugin, Fusion plugin github.com/Psyop/CryptomatteWhat is the current version of cryptomatte?The current version is Cryptomatte 1.2.0
The output of the sample filter allows artists to (mostly) automatically generate IDs for use in a compositing package such as Nuke for selecting and masking operations to specific objects or material selections. You will find example files in the Katana and Maya pages on Cryptomatte output.PxrCryptomatte - Renderman Documentationrmanwiki.pixar.com/display/REN/PxrCryptomatteDoes Nuke still support cryptomatte?This repository still hosts the Cryptomatte standard as well, which is the central part, and not any one implementation. This release of the Nuke plug-in gets features released that have sat in beta for a long time, is tested in the newest versions of Nuke, and provides an off-ramp for Nuke users to make the transition.Releases · Psyop/Cryptomatte
· GitHubgithub.com/Psyop/Cryptomatte/releasesIs 123_crypto a nuke-unfriendly cryptomatte?Fixed issue where nuke-unfriendly Cryptomatte names (crypto.material, 123_crypto) would cause issues and noise in tests This beta is to test wildcards. This is based closely on work submitted by Veronica Tello. See Nuke Documentation on wildcards for more information: 1.2.5 is a bug fix release with changes to the Nuke integration.Releases · Psyop/Cryptomatte
· GitHubgithub.com/Psyop/Cryptomatte/releasesFeedbackWikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CryptomatteCryptomatte - WikipediaOverviewRender processingSupported render enginesWorkflow exampleLicensingSee alsoExternal linksCryptomatte is an open-source software created by Jonah Friedman and Andy Jones at Psyop, but is also used synonymously for the specific style of image created by the software or other software working alike. Owing to its ubiquity, integration into popular 3D graphic software and rather easy usability, Cryptomatte became a quasi standard in the industry.