Overview of The Foundry Nuke Studio Benefits
The compositing power of NukeX, plus the multi-track editorial timeline of Hiero, allowing you to conform, review, edit, and even create and render compositions from the timeline. The Foundry NUKE Studio gives supervisors & artists more creative control
If you need to review, edit, conform, or manage the shots your team are creating (but aren’t creating VFX yourself) you should take a look at our multi-shot management tool, Hiero.
Hiero includes the same multi-track editorial timeline and collaborative management tools as Nuke Studio – even providing the ability to create and render comp scripts – just without the NukeX.
Nuke’s powerful versioning functionality allows you to bring new versions of shots into Nuke Studio’s timeline or Nuke’s nodegraph and swap between them quickly and easily. This capability makes comparing and reviewing work at different stages, and work done by different artists, simple.
The integrated Camera Tracker in NukeX® and Nuke Studio replicates the motion of a 2D camera with an animated 3D camera or point cloud in Nuke’s 3D space, allowing you to composite 2D/3D elements accurately with reference to the original camera used for the shot. Refinement options, advanced 3D feature preview and lens distortion handling improve efficiency and accuracy on the trickiest tracking tasks.
Overview of The Foundry Nuke Studio Features
- Nodal toolset
- Deep Image compositing
- Stereoscopic workflow
- 2D Tracker
- Dope Sheet
- Curve Editor
- Warp Effects
- OFlow retiming
- 32-bit floating-point color channels
- Multi-channel workflow
- Full HDRI support
- Color analysis tools
- Match Grade
- Planar Tracker
- Furnace plug-ins
- Kronos retiming
- Advanced retiming and warping
- Vector Generators
- Lens Distortion
Technical Details and System Requirements
- Supported OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit only)
- Processor: x86-x64 processor, such as Intel Core 2 Duo or later
- RAM: At least 8 GB RAM
- Free Hard Disk Space: 5 GB for caching and temporary files