Remote work is more important than ever. That’s why we’ve introduced the first implementation of SyncReview in Nuke 12.2, giving teams the ability to sync multiple sessions of Nuke Studio, Hiero and HieroPlayer together and allowing two or more users in multiple locations to review and annotate footage collaboratively. Whether connecting to a network storage, cloud storage like DropBox, or working with localized files, all participants have access to live playback and viewer controls, soft effect parameters and toggling between versions. Plus, push updates allow users to stay in sync with the session. The number of users and resolution is only limited by your hardware and bandwidth.
As a result of this work, the Hiero Python API has been expanded in three main areas: controlling the viewer, project loading and saving so you can further customize your workflow. We have also added callbacks in various areas like annotations and version changes.