What’s New in NUKE, NUKE X and NUKE STUDIO 9.0v7
Discover what’s new in NUKE, NUKE X, and NUKE STUDIO including enhanced XML support, real-time burn-in soft effect, native real-time stereo playback and more.
With the NUKE 9 release, the NUKE product range gets a complete overhaul with the addition of brand new application NUKE STUDIO, offering powerful VFX, editorial and finishing in a single studio application, plus core upgrades to the advanced compositing workflows of NUKE and NUKEX.
As of NUKE 9.0v7, the NUKE family offers support for viewing and playing back stereo imagery in real time, together with enhanced interoperability with other editing systems. In addition, NUKE STUDIO gains a range of powerful new editorial features and soft effects.Whether you’re working on your own or as part of a team, and regardless of your role, you’ll find a NUKE product within the range to keep you happy!
NUKE 9: What’s new in NUKE STUDIO
We take a look at some of the new features in NUKE STUDIO from the highly anticipated NUKE 9 launch.
NUKE 9: What’s new in NUKE and NUKEX
We take a look at some of the new features in NUKE and NUKEX from the highly anticipated NUKE 9 launch.
Audio editing tools in NUKE STUDIO
Import .WAV or .AIFF files into your projects and play them back to ensure audio and video align, and give context to shot review and editorial work. View an audio track’s waveform in the timeline, with separate waveforms displayed for stereo audio files.
Multiple overlay tracks in NUKE STUDIO
NUKE STUDIO comes complete with a multi-track editorial timeline that lets you playback, review and edit multi-layered sequences containing a mixture of video and audio tracks. Support for multiple overlay tracks lets you quickly and easily create editorial effects requiring overlays, such as insets, product logos and multi-window setups.