Set a new reference frame for any Transform or CornerPin2D node. In addition, it allows to swap function between MatchMove and Stabilize without the use of the invert knob if needed.
This Python script takes looks at the selected read node and sets the project full-size format, aspect ratio, and frame range to that of the read node. If the full-size format does not exist in the current user's list of formats, it prompts the user to name the new format before setting the project settings. Useful when first creating a script and you want to quickly set your project settings.
Relinker is a Nuke tool for relinking footage automatically. It was developed to be used in a small independent film production environment where artists would typically work off their hard drives on multiple locations with different computers. The Nuke scripts we worked with at the time generally had a lot of different read nodes. Instead of losing time relinking nodes manually, we wrote this Python tool to automate the task. Video demonstration: https://vimeo.com/103858180
Delete the '._' file created by Mac
Nuke knobs can be a bit of a pain, they're hard to wrangle and there's no clean API to do things I tend to want to do (like bulk add/move/rearrange knobs). As a first step though, this just has the bulk add/insert functionality that you generally want as a first step.
Print in Label of any node the Animated Keyframes
Keyboard shortcut to open the folder of the path currently on the clipboard, or of file knobs on selected nodes. Works with TCL paths and paths relative to the project directory.
toggle the T, R and S values of a Tracker4 Node for each track at once
Collect all media, gizmos and other necessary files to make a Nuke script work, and copy it to one specific folder. Features: auto-relinking, checks for duplicates, a command-line interface, a nice user interface when run in Nuke.
Adds a tab in the Tracker node that lets you quickly check the T, R, or S checkboxes in the Tracker node.