Standalone helper tools. Scripted, compiled, whatever it takes to get the job done
Nuke/Hiero Python stubs files to support auto-complete in text editors.
This is a shell script for OS X / Linux that reads Nuke files and collects Nuke script and all support docs to a location you specify.
This software was made to create quickly nuke auto configurated files from an image sequence. -Supported image formats: cin, dpx, exr, gif, hdr, hdri, jpg, jpeg, iff, png, png16, psd, r3d, sgi, rgb, rgba, sgi16, pic, tif, tiff, tif16, tiff16, ftif, ftiff, tga, targa, rla, xpm, yuv
A simple tool designed to make bringing of 3ds Max scene nodes into Nuke a matter of a single click of a button.
NukeView is an OS X AppleScript applet/droplet that will let you open image sequences directly in the Nuke viewer and begin playback.
Example Flame pybox scripts Use to host a Nuke scene within a Flame pybox node
Opens the hidden .nuke directory within OSX
A little physics simulation tool that tries to emulate gravity between nodes, right in the node graph
This is part of the MoCon suite of scripts. This script will transfer motion data from Maya to Nuke for cameras and transform motion, with FOV and write it out as a .nk file to be imported into Nuke.
A stylesheet for viewing performance profile xml files in browser