The standard knob of the selected node will cycle through its options, forwards or backwards (using alt+w and alt+shift+w, respectively).
Houdini and Modo let you edit multiple knobs by simply selecting a few and changing the knob of one of them. This isn't as full-featured as that, but it does let you simply and easily edit multiple nodes at once.
A toolbox to help with organising your scripts and working in a fast, flexible and efficient way using dots & labels.
Little python snippet to deploy crops after the merges with bbox more than the user-specified format. place the deployCrops file into your .nuke/python directory Add this to the menu.py file # deployCrops nodeMenu = nuke.menu('Nuke').findItem('Edit/Node') nodeMenu.addCommand('deployCrops', 'deployCrops.deployCrops()')
Extracts a node by shaking it from left to right, similar to Shake or Houdini.
Help to keep node graph more organised by putting Dots and making connection 90 degrees
intuitive deleting inside Nuke: delete selected nodes by just dragging them to the bottom of the screen - like in flame.
Removes superfluous Read nodes sharing duplicate knob values (optionally filtered by name regex). Replaces them with shaded PostageStamp nodes with hidden inputs.
Duplicate multiple nodes and keep their inputs.
Enable Translate, Rotate and Scale for existing tracks on selected Tracker.