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11.0, 10.5, 10.0 or later
|Stamps is a production-ready node connection system for Nuke, that enables placing the main assets in a single place on the Node Graph, through distinct nodes with hidden inputs that reconnect themselves when needed.|
Auto-Reconnection avoids having to think about copying and pasting nodes (or even node trees) and maintaining their connections, even between different nuke scripts. You can also feel confident that you can always find where the stamp needs to be connected to thanks to the Advanced Reconnect functionality.
Single contextual hotkey
Using Stamps for the artist is as easy as remembering a single hotkey.
The hotkey is context-dependent, so it performs many different actions based on what’s selected.
Stamps has been thoroughly used in production and is currently used in studios of all sizes, and its development has been shaped by the feedback from compositors with different workflows and backgrounds. Trixter was the first studio to implement Stamps studio-wide in the compositing pipeline.
Quick selection functionality
The tag system allows for organising the stamps into categories for super quick access to every Stamp from any part of the node graph. The Anchor Selection Panel will let you quickly search for the Stamp you want, sorting based on different filters like their tags, the labels of the backdrops where they live, or their popularity (how many times you've used them).
The user guide and tutorial videos are an in-depth look into all the features and workflows of Stamps, the benefits of using it, why we believe it gives a solution to the common problems of working with hidden inputs and why it is now a core part of out compositing workflow. They also show how to set up smart templates, the extra stuff included with stamps like W_Hotbox buttons, as well as all the customisation options for each specific pipeline's requirements.
We hope you'll find it useful. Feedback, bugs and ideas always appreciated.