What’s New in Nuke 11
Live Groups: a new collaborative workflow
This new type of group node introduces a powerful new collaborative workflow for sharing work among artists. Live Groups create external scripts that can be referenced in other scripts without the need to render intermediate stages. You can expose parameters for other artists to adjust without altering the parent Live Group. Live Groups automatically update when a script is loaded, making it easy for artists to tackle different sections of a shot or project simultaneously.
Nuke: Enhanced efficiency and more
The Frame Server background rendering capability in Nuke Studio is now available in Nuke and NukeX, allowing users to use resources on their local machine to render in the background while continuing to work in the UI. A revamped Denoise now means more precise results while maintaining fine details, such as reducing blur when denoising areas with multiple parallel lines. And new Nuke users can get up-and-running faster, with expanded nodal toolsets for common setups and particles, as well as accompanying tutorials and examples.