The depth pass shows the distance between points in 3D space and the camera. That’s why depth passes usually have very high values. However, to work with them is preferable to have them normalized to 0-1 range. That is the objective of this script. Continue reading “Custom Scripts VIII: Depth pass normalization”
I love to keep my nodegraph tidy and organize, so I use to pack nodes related to certain tasks in backdrops with titles. I don’t like the randomness of the backdrop color that Nuke has by default. I created a hotkey (Shift+1) and linked this script to it. Continue reading “Custom Scripts VII: Quick custom backdrop”
By default, Nuke has a quick way of changing the name of the nodes by pressing ‘N’. However, I don’t use it at all because I don’t think that changing nodes’ names is a good idea. I always let the name as it is and change the label. Continue reading “Custom Scripts VI: Quick label changer”
With this script you can paste a single node to a selection of nodes just with one click. Continue reading “Custom Scripts V: Single Node Paste”
Another script 🙂 This one is called RotoExtractor and it extracts all the roto shapes (with their own animation) individualy and places them in a new roto node with a label to indicate what roto shape has been extracted there. Continue reading “Custom Scripts IV: Roto Extractor”
This is my first script for CaraVR! 🙂 It’s very simple but it helps me a lot when I’m working with c_camerasolver and c_stitch separation workflows. Continue reading “Custom Scripts III: Camera labeling for CaraVR”
This script is prefect for camera projection based projects. It allows to have a clean and organised Nuke file very easily. After launching this script all the new dots check if they are connected to a camera, if so, they display the name and the label of that camera and hide the input, if not, they behave as usual.
Continue reading “Custom Scripts II: Dot auto label”