Exponential Glow iterations v1.2


 
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Contributor: Olivier Blanchet
The big classic Exponential Glow, with iterations dynamic control, quality setting, squeeze value, crop and Mask input. Comp tree optimization.
Requirements:
12.0, 11.3, 11.2, 11.1, 11.0, 10.5, 10.0 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
03 Sep 2020
6029
1.2 minor fix
1.1 faster, overscan added
 
Exponential Glow, no need further explanations, right?
 
This group, based on a well known Gizmo offers you few more options:
 
Iteration dynamic control, squeeze value, blur quality, crop and Mask input.
 
Example of use:
 
expoglow
 
UI:
 
UIeg
 
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Comments   

 
+1 # Dung Nguyen Duy 2019-07-16 13:13
I love you. Best glow ever :-)
 
 
0 # everton rudd 2020-09-09 22:44
what folder should this be placed in ?
 
 
+1 # Olivier B 2020-09-10 23:32
This should be somewhere in your /.nuke folder, which is in your user folder. I recommend a new folder for your tools in this folder.

But you can call it wherever it is, just add this to your menu.py:

nodesMenu = nuke.menu('Nodes')

nodesMenu.addCommand('Filter/ExponentialGlow', 'nuke.nodePaste("PATH/TO/YOUR/NODE/ExponentialGlow.nk")')

menu.py is in the .nuke folder

This is the easy way I guess!
 
 
0 # Mr king 2023-12-01 22:07
My menu.py only import cryptomatte_utilities
cryptomatte_utilities.setup_cryptomatte_ui()
 
 
0 # Mr king 2023-12-01 22:33
It's work ,Think
 
 
0 # Mr king 2023-12-01 22:33
It's work ,Think
 
 
+1 # Stefan Tasev 2020-10-09 14:25
Thank you!!! :-)
 
 
+2 # Stefan Tasev 2020-10-09 14:25
Just a quick correction, in the menu.py script it is NOT Expotential_Glo w.nk but Exponential Glow.nk. Might be useful for someone
 
 
0 # Max Steven 2022-05-06 09:19
Anyone knows is there any way to set relative path to nuke.nodePase?
 
 
0 # Olivier B 2022-05-26 00:33
Not sure it's what you need:

import os

#return your .nuke folder
MYNUKE = os.path.expandu ser("~") + "./nuke"

nodesMenu = nuke.menu('Nodes')

nodesMenu.addCommand('Filter/ExponentialGlow', 'nuke.nodePaste ("%s/Exponentia lGlow.nk")'%MYN UKE)
 
 
-1 # Diego Aviles 2023-02-06 06:44
jHow exactly to install it? there are more than one menu.py files is there any other way or just adding that line of code?
 
 
0 # Vinnie Magatto 2023-06-13 08:05
Hi please help with install on Nuke 14 the following did not work for me:

nodesMenu = nuke.menu('Nodes')

nodesMenu.addCommand('Filter/ExponentialGlow', 'nuke.nodePaste ("PATH/TO/YOUR/ NODE/Exponentia lGlow.nk")')
 
 
+1 # Olivier B 2023-06-13 21:39
Hi Vinnie!

Could you tell the error? What OS do you use?
If Windows, the only thing I see is the backslash "\" use, when you set the path to the node.

Swap them for slashes "/".
 
 
0 # Cambric Robinson 2023-10-22 07:15
Thank you so much for this, I was struggling so hard to figure out how to add this plugin!!!
 
 
0 # Jungrae Cho 2023-08-09 03:06
Hi, how can I install this one to the nuke? I pasted the file in the .nuke folder and updated plugin in the nuke. Still dosen't come up...
 
 
0 # Jungrae Cho 2023-08-09 03:06
Hi, how can I install this one to the nuke? I pasted the file in the .nuke folder and updated plugin in the nuke. Still dosen't come up...
 
 
0 # Olivier B 2023-09-28 10:19
Did you add this to your nuke.py?

nodesMenu = nuke.menu('Nodes')

nodesMenu.addCommand('Filter/ExponentialGlow', 'nuke.nodePaste("PATH/TO/YOUR/NODE/ExponentialGlow.nk")')

menu.py is in the .nuke folder

PATH/TO/YOUR/NODE/ is to change with the path, of your node.

:)
 
 
0 # Max Steven 2023-11-25 08:38
the tools is great but when the light source go in and out of the screen it has a sudden strong glow then disappear. I hope we can disable it and fine tune it :(
 
 
0 # Olivier B 2023-12-04 10:54
Hello Max! I think you are describing what every screen space filters will do, filter the pixels in the screen space :) (like a simple Blur node, ...) Now, to help you, there is plenty of methods to reduce/ remove this problem. As an example, fading to black framing edge pixels throu a feather, before applying the filter, and apply the result on the original frame. This way you will have a smooth in and out of the effect.
 
 
0 # Olivier B 2023-12-04 10:55
Hello Max! I think you are describing what every screen space filters will do, filter the pixels in the screen space :) (like a simple Blur node, ...) Now, to help you, there is plenty of methods to reduce/ remove this problem. As an example, fading to black framing edge pixels throu a feather, before applying the filter, and apply the result on the original frame. This way you will have a smooth in and out of the effect.
 
 
0 # Pamela Pavan 2024-01-22 18:18
how can install on Mac?
 
 
0 # Olivier B 2024-01-24 14:40
Did you add this to your nuke.py?

nodesMenu = nuke.menu('Nodes')

nodesMenu.addCommand('Filter/ExponentialGlow', 'nuke.nodePaste("PATH/TO/YOUR/NODE/ExponentialGlow.nk")')

menu.py is in the .nuke folder, on a mac, I would say there:
Mac OS X: /Users/login name/.nuke

PATH/TO/YOUR/NODE/ is to change with the path, of the downloaded node.
 
 
0 # Pamela Pavan 2024-01-22 18:18
how can install on Mac?
 

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