expoglow v1.4


 
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Contributor: Julian Lojek
A more organic glow than Nuke's built-in filter.
Requirements:
6.3 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
20 Jul 2017
2134

Simple setup of blur nodes with exponentially increasing size, added back to the input successively. expoglow features a pre- and post-grade section, colour shift settings and a mask input that behaves the way it should – masking the input, not the glow itself.

Should work in all versions and across OS, please let me know if it doesn't.

Update 1.1: fixed a bug that would introduce alpha.red / alpha.green channels in some cases.

Update 1.2: took out some internal stuff that wasn't needed. And a viewer, for which I apologize sencerely. Stupid mistake.

Update 1.3: improved internal merge and crop ops for performance and stability. changed the 'crop to' modes to make better sense (I hope). added 'mix luminance' controls to the post-grade section.

Update 1.4: fixed a hickup with the last file. will have to work on my quality assurance... 

example image with the updated properties panel in v1.4

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Comments   

 
+1 # Spencer Tweed 2016-05-16 20:53
Perfect, exactly what I was looking for! I love the color shift options. :-) This is so simple you think it would be included in Nuke, but alas it is not. Surprisingly it took me quite a bit of searching to finally find this tool - I was one page away from just making it myself.

- Spencer
 
 
# Julian Lojek 2016-08-29 07:34
Thanks Spencer, glad you like it. :-) (I wish Nukepedia had shot me a mail about your comment, I might have replied a tad earlier. ;-) )
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2016-08-29 07:41
we always do automatically (which is how I just got notified of your post). It might have got stuck in your spam filter, so maybe white list nukepedia as a sender.
 
 
# Julian Lojek 2016-08-29 10:39
This one came through alright. :-) I just did a search through my folders and couldn't find this particular mail, although I did get notified about comments before. Weird. Oh well, never mind, what and wherever the hickup was, it seems fixed now.
 
 
# Kristian Thuesen 2016-12-06 22:13
Thanks for this gizmo. So much better than the original glow.
 

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