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9.0, 8.0, 7.0 or later
- Make sure you have Numpy installed, compatible and accessible with your Nuke version. (see Blogpost with additional Information )
- Plug two images showing a MacBeth Colorchecker into the source and target inputs.
- Corner Pin the source and target sampler to its corresponding ColorChecker and adjust the sampler Size
- (Switch inputs using the 'currentView' dropdown)
- Hit the 'Calculate Matrix' Button to get the output ColorMatrix.
- More intutive UI with callbacks
- Fixed a problem introduced in Nuke 9.0v8 that broke the entire functionality
- The reference target now comes with a dynamic colorspace selection instead of fixed sRGB Values. (generously provided by Thomas Mansencal at colour-science.org)
- Additional sampling method 'no clip' (EXPERIMENTAL!)
- More stability due to no more expression-based-sampling in the background
Tested successfully on Windows 7/10 (Nuke7/8/9) and CentOS 6/7 (Nuke7/8/9/10b)
Mac Users: The Gizmo should also work on Mac, but you need to find/compile a compatible version of numpy yourself, since i don't have a Mac. Please help me out be sharing your information on this.