Nuke Studio will give users the ability to do VFX, editorial and finishing in one single application. It will be available later this year.
This brand-new tool extends the existing Nuke product line and draws on The Foundry’s existing compositing, conforming and shot management technology, as well as adding a host of new features and functionality.
The resulting combination is a node-based VFX, editorial and finishing studio that’s been designed to empower creative individuals working independently as well as collaborative teams working on quick-turnaround projects in a way that’s previously never been possible.
What’s really unique about Nuke Studio is that an individual can work on a project from end to end, with complete creative control within one application. It also has a collaborative framework that allows that individual to work seamlessly with a team.
The software contains these 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.
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 -
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.
Pricing and availability will be announced in the future.