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5.2, 6.0, 6.1 or later
NukeView is an OS X AppleScript applet/droplet that will let you open image sequences directly in the Nuke viewer and begin playback. Useful to just quickly open up a sequence and use Nuke's built in viewer to take a look, or to get a script up and running by just dragging in any frame from a sequence.
(Limitations: Expects "filename.#-####.ext" naming syntax. Support for more naming conventions hopefully coming soon, but there are many good renaming utilities out there.)
UPDATE: 2010.10.6 | For those downloading NukeView again after this date, make sure to reset preferences as they are now setup differently. NukeView will now as for the full path of the Nuke executable. For those not familiar:
1. Right click on the Nuke app to “Show Package Contents” and find the Nuke6… executable alias
2. Reset preferences if you were using an older version of NukeView
3. Launch NukeView and it will ask you for the executable path, just drag and drop the alias you found earlier and you will be set.
For more info, visit: http://www.andrewandoru.com/labs/nukeview/