[ #Nuke ] During NAB 2014 , the Foundry has announced Nuke Studio an upcoming addition to the Nu...
>> See Also: NUKE tutorialNuke Studio offers multiple phases of post within a single application, including editorial, timeline, conform, color correction, visual effects, versioning, 4K playback and finishing. The new software is aimed at short-form content creators, such as those working on commercials and episodic.
Nuke Studio Key features:Fluid end-to-end workflow - Combined timeline and node-graph workflow lets artists work the way they want with all the power to create a project in one app from start to finish.
Powerful collaborative control - A hub for total project control lets artists share scripts, work collaboratively with annotations and version up and down with ease.
Real-time timeline effects – Powerful GPU accelerated effects can be added right in the timeline, letting artists quickly experiment, polish and achieve the high-end look they need.
Real-time 4K playback - Plays in-application and through SDI-Out hardware, giving confidence to client attended sessions.
Intelligent built-in rendering – Built-in render farm functionality automatically uses all available resources to enhance speed and performance, either on a single machine or when connected to multiple.
Complete power of NUKEX - Jump right into the node-based NUKE environment to build complex comps and shots with ease.
Pipeline friendly out-of-the-box – Designed to integrate with off the shelf or internal asset management systems and pipelines.
“Nuke started as a tool for people doing film visual effects, but it has been adopted by people doing TV episodic and short-form commercials work,” said The Foundry’s chief scientist, Simon Robinson. “Nuke Studio lets an individual do everything at a desktop, but collaborate with a larger team.”
“We’ve spent a long time working with a wide range of artists from around the world to properly understand the challenges and requirements of todays industry,” comments NUKE Product Marketing Manager, Philippa Carroll. “We wanted to make a product that can offer artists a new way of working, that meets the needs of fast turnaround production. NUKE STUDIO lets you do more with NUKE than ever before. We know that artists are under greater and greater pressure to turn around projects faster and that calls for a solution that gives them more power, control, and flexibility than ever before.”
Nuke is a node-based digital compositing software which was originally developed by software engineer Bill Spitzak for in-house use at Digital Domain beginning in 1993. It won an Academy Award for Technical Achievement in 2001 and Nuke Studio should be available in late 2014
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