Nuke is an application suite of video editing tools, which helps businesses and creative studios manage and create video content including movies, short films, or series using 3D tracking, graphics processing unit (GPU) acceleration, and model building, among other capabilities. Managers can edit, modify, or animate text, transform or morph images based on defined parameters, and change color properties, such as hue, tone, saturation, contrast, and balance.
Using Nuke, businesses can create 360° videos, add, remove or adjust lens distortion in image sequences, and create video scenes including 2D footage, cards, geometry, meshes, lights, and cameras. The Nuke Studio and NukeX platforms allow creative teams to build 3D models, add them in realistic positions, and manipulate advanced particle effects such as dust, fire, rain, or breaking windows. The software also supports multiple image streams, camera views, and reading, writing, raw camera, or file formats, including DPX, EXR, MXF, JPEG, Alembic, PBX, OBJ, and ARRIRAW, among others.
Nuke allows designers to set up and save custom node parameters or toolsets to automate workflows across projects. Using the versioning functionality, creative professionals can view a previous version of shots in the Nuke Studio timeline and add comments to provide feedback to team members. The software also offers real-time playback capabilities, enabling managers to review audio clips, tracks, versions, and sequences.
Gesamtzahl der Funktionen von Nuke: 12
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Adobe Creative Cloud
- Branche: Verteidigung & Raumfahrt
- Unternehmensgröße: 10 000+ Mitarbeiter
- Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
Quelle der Bewertung
- Weiterempfehlungsquote 10.0 /10
Essential Tool for Compositing in VFX/Animation
Bewertet am 15.4.2022
Nuke has helped take the companies post-production process further than it has with Adobe products....
Nuke has helped take the companies post-production process further than it has with Adobe products. It's been a struggle to get going but artists are seeing the large impact it has on the business.
Nuke's node based workflow really helps in understanding what we are doing to the image sequences we create from our VFX/Animation teams. It's a great
The tracking tools are harder to use compared with other software. We would love to drop our other production tracking tools and stick to Nuke but we can't at this time. The other con we have with this tool is the cost and the render token cost.