iFilter v1.0


 
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Contributor: Pau Rocher
Uses a control channel to modify the intensity of a filter (dilate/erode, blur, defocus)
Requirements:
5.2, 6.0, 6.1, 6.2 or later
03 Jan 2013
520

ifilterpic01
ifilterpic02

 

installation:

add this in your home/.nuke/menu.py

menubar = nuke.menu('Nodes')

m = menubar.addMenu ('Filter')

m.addCommand ('iFilter', "nuke.createNode('iFilter')", 'iFilter02.iFilterCreate()', icon = "Constant.png")

import iFilter02

m.addCommand ('iFilter', "nuke.createNode('iFilter')", 'iFilter02.iFilterCreate()', icon = "Constant.png")

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Comments   

 
0 # Pau Rocher 2011-02-28 13:49
Hey!
So, I added callbacks to avoid having to press the button but realized that there is no 'onMouseUp' event ... this was causing the python function to be executed whenever the slider's value was changing, thus generating bad behavior in the function ...
Has someone come up with an idea to emulate an 'onMouseUp' event?
Thanks,

.p!
 

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