Showing posts from January, 2013


Hi nuker's finally found a solution for our long time wish and expectation. Now you can save image from the viewer. Like eyeon fusion and other application. will allowing you to choose the path and file name and type. Now you can choose the image as any format (which ever nuke support). example jpg, tga, tiff, png et.

Added extra future channels. user can select channels to save image.

Added extra future while saving as exr you can choose the Data type. Default its in 16bit-half, either you can choose32-bit float. Fixed sub-sampling to 4:4:4 while save as .jpg.

Go to active viewer and right click select the save image as. It will pop-up a window like below image.

Choose your path and file type.

Hit ok it will save your active viewer result as image, It creates a read node and import your saved image into nuke.

If you forget to choose path and file type nuke will pop-up a message box like below image:

Hope this will help you Nuker's.

copy paste the f…

Usually we use shuffle node to extract matte's from ID pass. For to do this we add a shuffle node and select the channel which need to be alpha channel.

This script will simplify this work, Its pop-up a panel (window)  called "selectChannel to shuffle" and you should choose your channel and click ok. This script will automatically done the above job. shuffleAlpha script also label the node like (red-->Alpha).

 Added extra future called "to All channel". By default "to All channel" is unchecked, If you select your channel and hit ok it will give you below result.
(This script keep other channels black rather then "alpha" channel)

I used to work like this, Because off work-flow optimisation. For more information about nuke work-flow optimisation tips.... nuke-workflow-optimisation-tips

With "to All channel" checked result:

Also will label the shuffle node according to your selection and create a stic…