Download as Gizmo
(You need to have an account with Nukepedia to download from the Site)
Download as Group
(Just Copy all the text and paste it into Nuke’s Node Graph)
In this video, Andrew explains the different features of this gizmo and how you can use it to get better luma keys, tracks, and more options for desaturation quickly and easily in Nuke.
If you moved your Nuke project data and then were to open your Nuke script, all of your read nodes will error out.
To fix this and to fix any future file path change, you have to set all your Nuke file paths from an absolute path to a relative one.
In this video, I will show you how.
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Nuke User Interface &
Intro to Comp Bundle
If you are interested in compositing, there is no better program out there than Nuke. Unfortunately, it is a little intimidating to figure out just which version of Nuke you should download and use.
Hence, I made a video explaining the major differences between the different free versions of Nuke and my personal recommendation to someone who is just starting out.
Also, if you are interested in learning Nuke, I recommend you save yourself a ton of headaches and get my Nuke UI (currently the world most in-depth Nuke UI Tutorial) & Intro to Comp Bundle.
Use the coupon code : gomakeawesome to save a further 25% on the bundle