London - Visual effects software developer The Foundry announced the latest update to its Nuke compositing system, version 6.3.
Nuke's customer base is expanding beyond visual effects and image processing technologies from film work to commercial work.
The new 3D Particle system, Planar Tracking, Presets, Audio Scratch Track, and speed improvements combine to save time on short-form projects, while redesigned Spline and Grid Warpers and a new Denoise algorithm bolster common compositing tasks.
Nuke is available on Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems and is priced at $3,800/ £2,300, while NukeX is priced at $6,600/ £4,000, respectively. Current Nuke users can access all Nuke and NukeX upgrades free of charge during their subscription term.