A highly advanced tool used for analyzing high quality video.
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.