- • Create high-end VFX and animation content
- • Easily integrate with other tools from the Nuke Family
- • Discover easy-to-use editorial tools
Nuke Studio combines the power of NukeX and Hiero into one formidable package. Artists can easily manage and complete their projects with a robust editorial timeline and compositing toolset. Discover multi-shot management, editorial and compositing in a single application, so you can seamlessly work from start to delivery.
Discover an advanced compositing toolset with over 200 nodes and tackle creative challenges whilst working on a true 3D environment, so you can create and render complex scenes with ease.See all features
With a customizable timeline, Nuke Studio makes it easy to generate and distribute Nuke scripts, as well as review and compare versions of work, so artists can experience greater creative control from start to delivery.See all features
Nuke Studio allows artists to easily complete their projects in a suite that is integrated with their wider VFX team. Artists can work on dynamic timelines and procedurally ingest into their workflows, as well as experience a multi-track editorial timeline that makes it easy to playback, review, and edit sequences.See all features
Open and customizable, Nuke Studio’s Python API can be used for full pipeline integration and automating common tasks. With support for industry standards and formats like OCIO, ARRI, AVID SDKs and more, Nuke Studio is the perfect fit for your pipeline.See all features
Nuke Studio and Hiero combine to make Foundry’s VFX Editing and Management solution. Artists can experience seamless review workflows, multi-shot management, editorial and conform in one powerful package.
With an improved 3D user experience, the new UnrealReader node, and timeline upgrades, Nuke 13.1 brings power to you and your pipeline so you can continue to create high-end, breathtaking images with ease.
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