Python script to create windows Batch file that launches Nuke renders by command line
Breakdown is a nuke panel plugin with which you can create breakdowns of your nuke scripts in just a few seconds - pretty useful for creating your reel.
Launch background renders from the Nuke GUI
Submit renderjobs to your backburner Farm. Initially developed by Sebastian Elsner @ RiseFX. Modified by Thorsten Kaufmann. See the Tutorial here on nukepedia for instructions!
You can merge read nodes into a single open exr file as channels quickly, forget about joining nodes with shuffle one by one. This tool will do it automatically.
This script allows you to render to a not yet existing path. It runs a check and if the path doesn't exist it creates the folder structure for you.
v2.1 - This updates the default "render selected" behavior to render all write nodes in the selection and ignore the others (rather than fail). v 2.1 - Now works properly with EXRs when autocrop is selected. (Hat tip to Marty Blumen for finding this bug) v2.0 - Now adds very efficient and selective output directory verification and creation to interactive and background renders. v1.0 - "skip existing frames" functionality only works for interactive renders still however, the dialoge box behavior has been improved so it won't show as an option for background renders.
A script which converts footage in nuke.
Easy per-frame multithreaded command-line rendering for Nuke
Multi-Shot Render Script - Poor Man's Render Farm