This script collects the footage from your read nodes and save them in a directory in the same structure where your current nuke script lives.
Create tracked Bezier node from Tracker node
Create tracked Roto node from Tracker node
Create tracked Roto node from CornerPin node
A python script to help create automatic nuke scripts.
python script to add additional information to the Read Node's label such as resolution, frame range, offset etc.
This script allow you to list neatly all your passes embedded in your exr image.
For lazy developers: Use this to update a module, which is edited externally. After reloading, this will call the given function out of the module
The idea was not having to copy/paste the IBK color node and set erode to zero and then increase the patch black, etc. Instead you can set up your IBK color node once, select it, hit the shortcut a couple of times and all values like screen type, blacks, whites will be copied over to the new IBK color node. The erode will be set to zero and the patch black doubles each time to get the screen filled up faster. The lines for my menu.py look like this: import ibkStack myMenu.addCommand('ibkStack', 'ibkStack.ibkStack()', 'shift+alt+i')
Nuke knobs can be a bit of a pain, they're hard to wrangle and there's no clean API to do things I tend to want to do (like bulk add/move/rearrange knobs). As a first step though, this just has the bulk add/insert functionality that you generally want as a first step.