Foundry has released version 12.0 of Nuke, their node-based digital compositing and visual effects application. The update introduces a wide range of new features and functionality, including:
Inpaint: A GPU-accelerated tool similar to Photoshop’s Healing Brush.
EdgeExtend: Nuke 12.0 boasts a new edge extension system giving users better ability to adjust boundary regions around objects.
Support for OpenColorIO roles: The new version will now support custom names for color spaces.
Combining DeepMerge and DeepHoldout: Foundry is combining both tools into one to simplify controls.
Overall enhanced performance: Version 12.0 boasts a wide number of performance improvements aimed at reducing the time taken to load large scripts.
New grid warp tracking: Nuke’s new grid warp tracking system will provide greater control for planar tracking.
The standard version of Nuke 12.0 is priced at $4758, with Nuke X and Nuke Studio priced at $8853 and $10,248 respectively. Quarterly rental pricing is also available.
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