A Pixelize tool that alow you to use different styles of pixel to create screen effect. you also trun the mix to 0 to use it to create blocky effect.
This gizmo lets you use the luminance of an image or plate as a map to drive distortion.
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.
Simple gizmo that mirrors edges of the image in all directions. Useful when working with camera shake etc
Used to do a circular Distort on an image. Geared for creating eyes and shockwaves.
Edge push is used to Slice your last pixel of your Core source
Realistic Tilt-shift lens simulator
This is a simple tool that will Fix Inf and Nan values in your image. By default it will replace Inf values with white and Nan values with black. However, there is functionality in the tool that allows you to replace these values with any colour that you like, into the red, green, blue and alpha channels respectively.
Quick 2D lighting based on normals
Implementation of Ken Perlin's Gain function