Animation Maker v1.3
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11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0, 7.1, 7.0, 6.3 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
New in 1.3:
- Nuke 11 compatibility! Also backwards compatible with previous versions.
- Bug fixed where knobs weren't behaving correctly if AnimationMaker used on multiple values on same knob.
New in 1.2:
- New blue colour scheme and better layout.
- Presets system added, so you can save frequently used setups eg: “Fast noise”, “Random blinking”.
- Turbulence and fBm waves added, for more interesting noise patterns.
- Use arrow keys to increment/decrement values on the main interface.
- Remove the generated tab, baking the current values into a single expression for the knob.
- Remove the generated tab and restore the original value/curve.
- Mix the expression back to a given value/curve. As you can animate this mix value, it means you can turn the wave on and off over time. You can also choose to mix it back to the original value/curve, so you can now generate/remove multiple times on the same knob to create really complex patterns.
- Add the expression to the original value/curve. For example: create a curve in nuke with keyframes, then run AnimationMaker on that knob with a fast noise pattern from -0.1 to 0.1. Choose Add and it will give you the original curve with noise added.
If you need to animate something in Nuke this tool gives you a suite of animation curves that you can apply just by right-clicking any animatable value on any node.
Ease curves such as Quad, Exponential, Bounce and Elastic. Wave curves such as Sine, Random, Noise, Triangle and Sawtooth. Options to combine a wave with an ease curve, turn a wave into a 'square' version, create a sequence of blips at certain intervals.
All visualised with a live animating preview in various forms. When your curve is chosen, hit Create to generate the expression on the knob in question. A user tab will be created on the node with sliders to adjust the expression on the fly.
Just add the py file to your .nuke or plugins folder and put import AnimationMaker in your menu.py. That's it.