fxT_guiFinder v2.0

Toolset/python tool to deal with all $gui expressions in a nuke script (works on root and inside groups). the tool lets you bake the inverted expressions (to make sure the comp-tree looks exactly the same as the render from the renderfarm). Checks for deleted nodes, existing expressions etc. before storing or restoring knob's $gui expressions. If expressions exist, user will get the option to replace or skip. The tool works on index level for knobs.

Type: Toolset / Python script
OS Support: Win/Mac/Linux
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fxT_chromaticAberration v2.7

This is a cromatic aberration gizmo to mimic the art effects produced by certain lenses.
This gizmo gives you control over each channel separately (scaling of R,G,B),
and many other global and induvidual options for matching the plate's aberration.

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fxT_rotoPaintMatte v1.0

This tool converts selected RotoPaint nodes to mattes by creating a duplicate of the selected nodes and then it loops through the paint-layers to change the source to color or bg1 based on what layer-type it it. The tool was created to make the creation of DI-mattes or other type of mattes easier if the comp included RotoPaint nodes that needed to be part of the matte.

Type: Toolset / Python script
OS Support: Win/Mac/Linux
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fxT_revealInFolder v2.0

This script loops through all selected nodes and checks if the node has a file knob. If a file knob is present, the path will be opened in the OS file manager/browser. The user will be notified if nothing is selected or if the user does not select any nodes that have an existing file-path. If a selected node has a nonexistent path, this will be printed in the script editor, and the script will continue to process the next selected node. All paths are tested for an existing file. However, due to rendered files being frequently opened and deleted, write nodes only test for an existing directory.

Type: Python script
OS Support: Win/Mac/Linux
Supports scripted file-paths
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fxT_backdropPresets v1.3

This is a backdrop tool to create backdrops with predefined label-text for commonly used backdrops.
You can add sub-text to the presets or define your own custom label-text. Choose the font size you want and your ready to go. The tool automaticly figures out width, height, placement and margins for the backdrop based on the selected nodes.

The tool is similar to other tools like this one but have a few more options like adding custom text to presets, centering label, and the auto width is calculated differently. The tool works with both Nuke 8 and 9 and above (Z-order is included in Nuke9+)
Zip file includes: python file, and icon files. Install notes is included in the top of the python file.

Use shortcut alt+b to launch the tool
Use up and down arrows to navigate quickly
Type the starting character of the preset to quickly select it.

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fxT_shareNodes v1.3

Nuke Pane (python panel) for sharing nodes between Nuke users on the same network. Instead of sending an email with nodes to another Nuke user, this script will make it possible to share nodes from inside Nuke to other users on the same network.

Type: Nuke Pane / Python script
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fxT_disableNodes v2.0

DisableNodes helps speed up your compositing workflow by disabling heavy nodes. You can select nodes you choose to disable, either by class or manually, and then link them together and control the on/off switch with the click of a button. You can also control the Scanline sample values in your Nuke script.

Type: Python driven gizmo
Custom menu icons included
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fxT_edgeMatte v1.9

This tool creates an edge matte based on the alpha input.
Drag the sliders to grow/shrink the edge matte and blur the edges as needed. The gizmo procedurally creates an edge matte from any alpha you feed into it. It can be used for grading edges or any other compositing task where you need to alter the edge of a matte.

Full control over the size of the edge matte (subpixel level controls)
Plate input for viewing the matte over an input that also has RGB channels
Mask input

Works with all formats
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fxT_matteQC v2.2

This tool is intended to help check roto work (or any kind of matte).
Input the matte and scan/bg/ect. to the gizmo, and then start analyzing your matte accuracy.

This tool has 5 modes: red, green, and blue overlay, stencil from plate, and premult against bg (grey, checkerboard, custom color).

Built in mask-alpha-check, so the node won't error if there is no alpha
Node works with all formats (input format and aspect ratio is used)

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