HexColor v1.1

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Contributor: Nikolai Wüstemann
Enter a Hex / RGB 8bit / Float value to create your desired color.
11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0, 7.1, 7.0, 6.3, 6.2, 6. or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
17 Sep 2018



Node Appearance

This Node works like a Constant.


Except you can choose your color value by entering a 

- Hexadecimal color

- standard Nuke float color

- RGB 8bit color




More Information:

- Changing any value will update all other values respectively

- Colorspace conversions are taken into consideration. sRGB should do the job in the most cases though

- If bugs are found, please comment ;)


How to Install:

- the download contains a .nk file and can be pasted in live scripts

- for permanent installation, copy the HexColor.nk file to 'C:\Users\username\.nuke'

- edit the file 'C:\Users\username\.nuke\menu.py' and add the following line:

nuke.menu('Nodes').addCommand('Other/HexColor', lambda: nuke.createNode('HexColor.nk'))

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# Harry Hextall 2019-04-24 11:02
Hello, When I input a HEX value, the float value doesn't change on my Nuke. Any thoughts?

EDIT: Temp fix is to write expression in each RGB Float value to be the below divided by 255
# Nikolai Wüstemann 2019-04-29 11:40
Hi, it works fine for me, changing the Hex field changes both float and 8bit values. What Nuke Version are you running? What does the Script Editor say?
# Harry Hextall 2019-04-29 12:09
Hey, thanks for getting back to me.

When i input any HEX value, the RGB changes to the correct value, but the float does not.

The script editor says the following:

ValueError: unable to sample node for given channel (rgba.red) at current context

NukeX 11.0v1

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