Note:

        nuBridge for Nuke 12 is not yet supported.

   Feature Highlights:

  • Access over 1,300 tools right inside of Nuke - no web browser required

  • Browse, search & filter in realtime

  • Filter by author or tool name

  • View html description pages

  • Download directly from inside of nuBridge

  • Manage which tools are loaded upon Nuke startup

  • Single gizmo & .nk files install automatically and show up in current session

  • Create and save lists of your favourites for bulk download (e.g. to quickly set up a new workstation)

  • Python callback to customise post-download behaviour (e.g. for quarantine/approval workflows)

  • Available for Windows, OSX and Linux

 


Comments   

 
# Matt Skonicki 2019-03-01 18:34
Frank, I'm using Windows and I'm getting this error...

The file "init.py" was not found in plugin_path.
This probably means Nuke was not installed correctly


I'm NOT using Non-Commercial FYI. Any help?

My init.py....
nuke.pluginAddPath('/Users/Matt/.nuke/nuBridge_win64_v1.2.0')

I have the folder in my .nuke folder
 
 
# frank admin 2019-03-03 23:34
Hi Matt,

that sounds weird. So the pluginAddPath command is in your ~.nuke/init.py, right?
And when you remove it the error goes away? Is there any more info in the terminal?

Sorry about the inconvenience, let me know any more info and I will do my best to get this up and running for you.
Worst case, can I use TeamViewer to debug this directly?

Cheers,
frank
 
 
# Shahin Toosi 2019-07-30 11:21
hey Frank i'm getting a slimier error message windows 10 but not the same!

nuke print a error message ( C:/Users/####/i nit.py: Error interpreting this plugin) im on nuke 11.3v4 if it helps

any ideas on how i can get it up and running ?

thanks
s
 
 
# Shahin Toosi 2019-08-23 11:08
P.s. Iv resolved it, But thank you so much for the support. :-|
 
 
# frank admin 2019-08-25 23:06
I apologise, I did not see your initial comment. Sending email to admin[at]nukepe dia is a lot less prone to falling through the cracks than leaving a comment on this page. I am trying to stay on top of all the ways people try to contact me.
Glad you could resolve it.
 
 
# Christopher Grandel 2019-08-08 16:25
I an new to adding Gizmos to Nuke and can not figure out how to get Bridge to install. I am running Nuke on a Mac. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-08-09 05:27
Have a peek at the manual:
http://www.nukepedia.com/nubridge-user-manual

let me know if you still have trouble though
 
 
# Christopher Grandel 2019-08-13 17:14
I have tried to follow the manual but it is not working for me. I am at a lost as to what to do.

Thank
 
 
# Christopher Grandel 2019-08-29 17:06
Hi again,

I have tried to follow the manual and I still can not get Bridge to install. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You
 
 
# Christopher Grandel 2019-09-02 22:44
Hey Frank,

I am still having problems with getting nuBridge to load and I really could use it. I have tried the init.py path and it still does not work no mater what I try. Please help.

Thanks
Christopher
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-09-02 22:55
Hi Christopher,
am very sorry for the late response!
What operating system are you on and what happens when you follow the instructions. Does nuBridge just not show up?
Please send me an email with all the info to frank[at]nukepe dia[dot]com so I can help you get this up and running asap
 
 
# mohanned ramadan 2019-08-22 14:20
i need to be pro account to log in....right ???
because i try to log in..but told me my account is not a pro
 
 
# frank admin 2019-08-23 04:28
Hi Mohanned, yes you do need a pro account which you get by subscribing to it. Just click the nuBridge button in the menu bar at the top of this page and it should guide you through the process.
 
 
# Christopher Grandel 2019-09-02 23:21
Hey Frank,

I am still having problems with getting nuBridge to load and I really could use it. I have tried the init.py path and it still does not work no mater what I try. Please help.

Thanks
Christopher
 
 
# mark moritz 2019-10-05 08:28
Is NuBridge not yet compatible with Nuke 12? I am just getting a blank window when trying to load/open it
 
 
# frank admin 2019-10-06 21:29
Hi Mark, sorry about this. Do you get any error output in the terminal? I can't currently launch Nuke 12 due to the changes in licensing, but I have a hunch what might be causing this.
 
 
# mark moritz 2019-10-07 03:26
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "src\view\MainW indow.py", line 27, in view.MainWindow .MainWindow.__i nit__ (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\MainWind ow.c:1876)
File "src\view\MainW indow.py", line 138, in view.MainWindow .MainWindow.ini tUI (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\MainWind ow.c:5150)
File "src\view\DropS tack.py", line 220, in view.DropStack. DropStack.__ini t__ (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\DropStac k.c:8469)
File "src\view\DropS tack.py", line 230, in view.DropStack. DropStack.setup UI (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\DropStac k.c:8657)
File "src\view\DropS tack.py", line 111, in view.DropStack. DropStackArea._ _init__ (Z:\transfer\NUBRIDGE_COMPILE\windows\nkpd\src\view\DropStack.c:4865)
AttributeError: 'PySide2.QtCore .QCoreApplicati on' object has no attribute 'palette'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:/Users/mark/ .nuke/nuBridge_ win64_v1.2.0/sr c\controller/me nu.py", line 30, in makeUI
self.widget = nkpd_widgetInst ance_app = Nukepedia.ToolB rowser()
File "src\controller \Nukepedia.py", line 125, in controller.Nuke pedia.ToolBrows er.__init__ (Z:\transfer\NUBRIDGE_COMPILE\windows\nkpd\src\controller\Nukepedia.c:4533)
SystemError: NULL result without error in PyObject_Call
 
 
# frank admin 2019-10-07 03:38
OK, thanks. Looks like it may just need an updated Qt.py module (which makes nuBridge backward compatible with Nuke 10).

Could you try downloading the lates version here:
https://github.com/mottosso/Qt.py
And replace nuBridge_osx64_ v1.2.0/src/lib/ Qt.py with it?!

As soon as I can get Nuke 12 to run on my side I will check this and update nuBridge, but if this works for you I can do it sooner.
 
 
# mark moritz 2019-10-07 04:18
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "src\view\MainW indow.py", line 27, in view.MainWindow .MainWindow.__i nit__ (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\MainWind ow.c:1876)
File "src\view\MainW indow.py", line 138, in view.MainWindow .MainWindow.ini tUI (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\MainWind ow.c:5150)
File "src\view\DropS tack.py", line 220, in view.DropStack. DropStack.__ini t__ (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\DropStac k.c:8469)
File "src\view\DropS tack.py", line 230, in view.DropStack. DropStack.setup UI (Z:\transfer\NU BRIDGE_COMPILE\ windows\nkpd\sr c\view\DropStac k.c:8657)
File "src\view\DropS tack.py", line 111, in view.DropStack. DropStackArea._ _init__ (Z:\transfer\NUBRIDGE_COMPILE\windows\nkpd\src\view\DropStack.c:4865)
AttributeError: 'PySide2.QtCore .QCoreApplicati on' object has no attribute 'palette'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:/Users/mark/ .nuke/nuBridge_ win64_v1.2.0/sr c\controller/me nu.py", line 30, in makeUI
self.widget = nkpd_widgetInst ance_app = Nukepedia.ToolB rowser()
File "src\controller \Nukepedia.py", line 125, in controller.Nuke pedia.ToolBrows er.__init__ (Z:\transfer\NUBRIDGE_COMPILE\windows\nkpd\src\controller\Nukepedia.c:4533)
SystemError: NULL result without error in PyObject_Call
 
 
# frank admin 2019-10-07 04:37
So that is with the latest Qt.py? I will have to get Nuke 12 up and running and test this properly. I am in the middle of production, so can't provide an ETA at the moment, but will try and tackle it asap.
 
 
# frank admin 2019-10-14 05:11
Hi Mark,

after some testing on my side I have logged a support ticket with Foundry as I don't se this error in my outside of Nuke. I will keep you posted about their reply.

frank
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-10-19 07:54
Hi Mark (and other brave souls). Can you please test this version and let me know if it works for you?
http://www.nukepedia.com/nuBridgeDownloads/nuBridge_win64_v1.2.1.zip
 
 
# Jeff Rowe 2019-11-10 01:14
Hey Frank,

I can't get nuBridge to show up at all. I've gone through all the installations steps, edited init.py, restarted Nuke and nothing.

I'm on Nuke 12.0v2 / OSX 10.15.1.

Any advice?
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-11-10 01:46
Hi Jeff,
do you see any errors in the terminal after Nuke has started? If not, can you email me some more details? I.e. what your init.py looks like, where the nuBridge folder lives exactly?!
Nuke 12 support is purely experimental at this stage as too much has changed under the hood, but am happy to investigate.
 
 
# sridharan K 2019-12-14 01:41
Hello frank,

i recently purchased nubridge , i didnt see any panel for nubridge? i have followed the instruction

what shoild i do?
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-12-14 01:59
Hi sridhan, sorry about the troubles.
what version of Nuke are you running and what operating system?
Please send me an email with those details along with info the line you added to the init.py to frank[at]nukepedia[dot]com

nuBridge is not yet compatible with OSX Catalina or Nuke 12 as , both those come with significant changes under the hood.

Cheers,
frank
 
 
# sridharan K 2019-12-14 01:59
Quoting frank admin:
I have sent you an email.

i am having the same issue.. can u please help me to fix?
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-12-14 02:08
I'm not sure what you mean?! Have you sent me an email with more details so I can investigate this for you? I haven't received anything yet.
 
 
# sridharan K 2019-12-14 02:43
Quoting Frank Rueter:
Hi sridhan, sorry about the troubles.
what version of Nuke are you running and what operating system?
Please send me an email with those details along with info the line you added to the init.py to frank[at]nukepedia[dot]com

nuBridge is not yet compatible with OSX Catalina or Nuke 12 as , both those come with significant changes under the hood.

Cheers,
frank

Quoting Frank Rueter:
I'm not sure what you mean?! Have you sent me an email with more details so I can investigate this for you? I haven't received anything yet.



hello frank,

i have mailed u all the details.

looking forward to hear
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-12-14 02:47
got it now, thanks, will take a look
 
 
# sridharan K 2019-12-14 04:10
Quoting Frank Rueter:
got it now, thanks, will take a look

Frank is amazing.. he fixed the issue in a matter of seconds .. He is a real PRO .

Thanks a lot Frank for fixing the issue in late night :)
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-12-14 04:13
No trouble, it's afternoon for me :) It was just an issue with backslashes in the ~/.nuke/init.py . Changing them to forward slashes made it all work as expected.
 
 
# zhang yongzheng 2019-12-14 19:15
Hello:
After I follow the correct method, I can only see the nukepedia page link in the help,
But I can't see any of nubridge's panels, and I've changed them as directed.
## add plugin paths for active tools in local database
# import logging
Import nuke
import Nukepedia # for logger
from common import NKPDSettings, NKPD_DB_NAME
from model.Nukepedia DBLocal import NPDBLocal
Try:
# logger = logging.getLogger('Nukepedia.init')
__NPDB_LOCAL_DB = NPDBLocal(os.pa th.join(NKPDSet tings().repoLoc ation, NKPD_DB_NAME))
for p in __NPDB_LOCAL_DB.getPaths(pathType='pluginPath'):
nuke.pluginAddPath(p)
Except:
catch all to ensure Nuke starts
print 'ERROR', sys.exc_info()
# logger.critical ('INIT ERROR: {}'.format(sys.exc_info()))
Pass
I added comments, but I still can't see them in nuke
 
 
# zhang yongzheng 2019-12-14 19:21
# Result: ## add plugin paths for active tools in local database
# import logging
import nuke
import Nukepedia # for logger
from common import NKPDSettings, NKPD_DB_NAME
from model.Nukepedia DBLocal import NPDBLocal

try:
# logger = logging.getLogg er('Nukepedia.i nit')
__NPDB_LOCAL_DB = NPDBLocal(os.pa th.join(NKPDSet tings().repoLoc ation, NKPD_DB_NAME))
for p in __NPDB_LOCAL_DB .getPaths(pathT ype='pluginPath '):
nuke.pluginAddPath(p)
except:
catch all to ensure Nuke starts
print 'ERROR', sys.exc_info()
# logger.critical ('INIT ERROR: {}'.format(sys. exc_info()))
pass
# Result: File "", line 14
catch all to ensure Nuke starts
^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
 
 
# zhang yongzheng 2019-12-14 19:23
Hello:
I use win7
Nuke version is 11.3v5
The information added to init.py is
nuke.pluginAddPath('\Users\Administrator\.nuke\nuBridge_win64_v1.2.0')
Thank you
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-12-15 01:03
Hi Zhang,

looks like there are syntax errors after you modified the init.py that ships with nuBridge. Can you please try this version and don't make any modifications to the code?
http://www.nukepedia.com/nuBridgeDownloads/nuBridge_win64_v1.2.1.zip
Also, to avoid other hiccups, please use forward slashes in your ~/.nuke/init.py . i.e.:
nuke.pluginAddPath("/Users/Administrator/.nuke/nuBridge_win64_v1.2.0")
 
 
# zhang yongzheng 2019-12-15 08:39
Hello:
I'll follow your forward slash again after reading
Turn on nuke prompt
/Users/Administrator/.nuke/nuBridge_win64_v1.2.1 /src/controller /init/py: error interpreting this plugin
Cannot open version nuke11.3v5
 
 
# Frank Rueter 2019-12-15 08:43
Can you show the details in the error panel or copy the full error from the terminal?
Sounds like you modified the init.py that ships with nuBridge?
 
 
# zhang yongzheng 2019-12-15 10:03
The plug-in removes the read and executes it directly in nuke
There are no errors. But there was no result.
Is it because I installed the elementbrowser plug-in that has conflicts
 
 
# zhang yongzheng 2019-12-15 10:38
Hello:
We found the reason
it because I installed the elementbrowser plug-in that has conflicts
Thank you
 

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