zooom is a handy tool to quickly jump from one part of your script to another part. is kind of an advanced bookmark system. If you have a huge nuke tree and need to jump between different locations than this one is for you. update v05: - own menu bar commands in 'Scripts/zooom' - several shortcuts to make navigating a lot faster. - quick panel (Shift+0) to quickly switch between locations
Nuke menu builder for JFX tools
This code toggle on - off ripple edit mode in nuke. Select your roto shape and run the hot-key. This will really help full while edit rotoshape inside nuke. Here im using alt+q as keyboard shortcut. But you can use your combination of key's.
Lets you manage all your backdrops in real-time with just one panel.
Plugin manager for nuke similar to the plugin manager in maya - decide which scripts you like to load when nuke launches. Improves the clarity in the user menus and reduces nuke's loading times.
dockable panel for displaying all nodes in your script that have errors. Missing frames of footage will be also recognized. You can also write out a .txt file containing all errors. It's useful to run errorReport before every render to make sure the current nuke script to render doesn't have any errors.
Node preset is a handy script that saves your node parameters in presets.
creates presets for viewer input. Updated with Auto Shuffle and HSV
Put in sync two different viewers. Nice to constantly monitor the alpha of the currently viewed tool.
This is the tabtabtab tool that Ben Dickson made (http://www.nukepedia.com/python-scripts/ui/tabtabtab/), with a few small changes to the code to make it work for Nuke 6.2. I tested it with Nuke 6.2v1 and it works. It may work for older versions too.