Spin VFX’s Free Tool Nuke Gizmos 2.0 Released
On January 6th, 2020, Visual effects facility Spin VFX released version 2.0 of Nuke Gizmos, a popular open-source collection of Foundry compositing software.
Former Spin VFX lead compositor Erwan Leroy ’s video overview of Nuke Gizmos, the studio ’s open-source collection of compositing tools. Version 2.0, released late last month, updates the spill correction tool. Here is a video about version 2.0 of Nuke Gizmos,
These tools are all available in studio production and cover a range of common tasks including camera projection, relighting, light wrapping, color matching and spill correction.
A versatile collection of Nuke tools for production of hit TV series
Spin VFX is known for its work on shows like The Expanse, Stranger Things, and Game of Thrones and its first made its Nuke Gizmos open-sourced in late 2018.
The toolset comprises 13 individual tools and gizmos designed to extend or replace Nuke's native functionality.
Highlights include ReProject_3D, which does camera projection based on render point position pass; and Relight_Simple, a relighting node that requires only a normal map to begin.
Light wrap node Lightwrap_Exponential provides "more physical response" than Nuke's default settings. When expanding the mask, Erode_Fine provides better control than Nuke's Erode filter.
The collection also includes tools for matching black and white points between images, suppressing specific RGB or CMYK colors, or adding synthetic camera grain, glow, or color aberration to the composition.
Version 2.0 of Nuke Gizmos also has an updated version of Spill Correct, which can be used to eliminate color overflow artifacts when locking blue-screen or green-screen footage.
The files can be downloaded on GitHub here: Spin Nuke Gizmos – Releases
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