Thanks for all the suggestions so far!
That's interesting. In that case, I'll just substitute copy for shuffle copy too.
I think it's just down to what your used to as I personally mainly use shuffle copys as i like it as it's more visual.
How techy can you go ? These sort of magazines usually only cover the basics, otherwise you could do all sorts of useful expressions and fast fourier transforms, colour maths for keying, projections on position passes, all the stuff we do on a pretty much everyday basis but strangely few people talk about online.
The tutorials are aimed at an intermediate level of comper I was thinking me when I left uni standard. So I want to mainly go over useful tips and techniques I've found whilst in the industry that haven't been documented anywhere, so I can potentially go techy if I explain it well. Ideally I want to cover techniques that have a broad usage in terms of project that they're relevant to, so colour maths of keying might be good for that however I'm not sure on the projections on position passes and fast fourier transforms.
Massive achievement man! Well done!
The Remove (keep) would be great to know more about and I don't think any of us even knew about it before you mentioned it at your talk.
Completley agree ! I'm planning on doing a whole month (maybe two) on on nuke eficiency as that's something that can be broadly applied which will mention the remove node and it's uses.
Edited by josh, 25 February 2015 - 06:38 PM.