autoComper v1.2


 
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Contributor: Jan Oberhauser
Creates a ready to start script on the push of a button
Requirements:
5.1, 5.2, 6.0, 6.1 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
17 Sep 2011
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Changes in Version 1.2:
-Now it is possible to add multiple Nodes before and after merging the pass into the Main-Tree
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This Python-Script for Nuke allows to make a basic-comp an the push of a button. It does not matter if it is a MultiChannel-EXR, One-Channel-EXR or any other File with just one-channel like TGA, TIF, JPEG, ...



The Script starts to look for the Channel-Names and if the file just has the 'rgba'-Channel it checks the file-names. Then it orders the Nodes, comps them with the nodes defined and also creates additional nodes.
Example: It looks for the depth-Channel, then adds a Grade-Node, copies the channel into the depth-Channel of the main-tree and adds a zBlur-Node afterwards.

This is just a Basic-Setup. But it can get easily get changed and expended much more just  for every need with changing a few variables. For example different setups for background. creatures, effects, ....

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Comments   

 
# Mohamed Selim 2011-03-11 08:57
Amazing work, thanks for sharing.
 
 
# Ashrujit Das 2011-03-19 00:47
Nice one it will help a lot.
Thanks
 
 
# Zach Lewis 2011-08-20 16:11
I've been using AutoComp pretty much since I saw it released last year... I find it so super useful. It's funny how polar feelings can be on shuffling channels out to different branches, versus keeping everything in the pipe; but no matter what your feelings are, it's nice to have a fast way to "crack open" passes neatly without resorting to a layer contact sheet.

Anyway - thanks. Your comment-line documentation is really helpful and appreciated.
 
 
# Jan Oberhauser 2011-08-20 16:40
thanks guys! good to know that the script is useful!
 
 
# Doruk Saglam 2012-07-04 09:03
Thanks man! I've modified your script for Arnold. Works like charm:-)
 
 
# Litu Max 2012-09-01 05:55
thank you............ ....
 
 
# jan zzz 2013-04-26 02:22
Doruk, would you care to tell people what you modified to work with arnold, i can't figure the order for the AOV
 

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