A simple gizmo that allows you to offset the points of a CornerPin for little adjustments.
When you want to precisely line up one image on top of another, for example to remove a wire or patch up a texture map, it may be sometimes painful as wiping or toggling between them are inadequate and inefficient. Inspired by Steve Wright in his 'Digital Compositing for film and Video', this tool is designed to relieve the pain by displaying both images simultaneously with apparent visual aids.
Photoshop like distortion filter Polar.
A distortion node that displaces images based on internal noise or custom noise maps.
simple ripple distortion
Roto Centroid It tries to find out the centroid of a given rotoshape (based upon the area, NOT bounding box or average point values). It does this using an algorithm I put together in python for finding the centroid of 2d shapes based upon their point locations. This allows you to effectively find the center of mass of a Beziers etc. This differs from the center of the bounding box, or average point values in that it changes depending on how the shape is distributed, so it is unbiased on the amount of points you're using. I made this because Houdini can do this, so I felt Nuke should be able to aswell.
Two sample node like the 'Scatter' and 'Copy' node in Houdini.
a simple image scroller
Gizmo make simple image tiling.
For single frames that have been rendered as a tile