A highly advanced color analyses gizmo, tons of features and analyses tools. It also includes a live histogram, which displays average color value for a selected region rendered on screen (writeable).
ColorNoise mimics Shake's Rand node.
This Gizmo lets you see on screen the RGB and Luminance (Y) values of a sampled area (Sample Width, Sample Height) May not work on LINUX (some font access issues) Will post again when I find a way (if there is one) to make it work on both windows and linux
This node samples the color of an image and plot the values to a LookupCurve node. It also gives you some option to manipulate the data from the sampling including applying a Douglas-Peucker curve simplification algorithm.
Easily crop out everything you plugged into a contact sheet.
ContactSheet with additional controls
easy to use, mask input
Often when we work in Nuke, we miss something we’ve been spoiled with by Adobe – this time Layer Styles. Let us introduce to you our Nuke replicate of Adobe Photoshop’s Layer Styles. We dissected the most commonly used layer styles and put them into a handy gizmo that can either act as Merge node, directly applying the styles, or create the styles and shuffle them into separate channels, preserving them for later use.
Alpha driven refraction of light, can be use bend the light for convex and concave surfaces or just split a ray into a rainbow.