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12.0, 11.3, 11.2, 11.1, 11.0, 10.5 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
Allows you to go beyond the basic Temporal Median node in Nuke. You can reference up to 5 frames in either temporal direction (so 11 frames in total). Additionally allows you to stack the multiple nodes on top of each other, just remember to stipulate in the stack value it's position. So you can now get the temporal median for any number of frames. The interval multiplier stipulates the how far apart each temporal frame is. A primitive version of my tool is available at http://richardfrazer.com/tools-tutorials/frameblendmerge/ in the comments. For a Static Temporal Median (aka a Framehold version), I recommend using Mads tool at https://hagbarth.net/1054/. Keep in mind any temporal effects in nuke are heavy and the more frames you referenced the more heavy it becomes exponentially.