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Convolution Matrix

In image processing, a kernel, convolution matrix, or mask is a small matrix. It is used for blurring, sharpening, embossing, edge detection, and more. This is accomplished by doing a convolution between a kernel and an image. Convolution is the treatment of a matrix by another one which is called “kernel”.

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Python and TCL: Tips and Tricks for Nuke

Helpful Python and TCL snippets to use inside The Foundry Nuke. This is a collections of tricks founded on the web

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Tractor and Nuke

Tractor is a solution for network rendering created by Pixar. With this solution you can monitor your render directly in Nuke. Special thanks to Marco Curado

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Mocha Pro - extend Frame Range

Extend the Frame Range and adjust keyframes

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Create a quick 2D Rim Light in Nuke

Create quickly a rim light from the matte.

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Vector Blur: OLD vs NEW

Some pros and cons of the Vector Blur nodes in Nuke 9 vs Nuke 10

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Animation and Curves for Nuke

Modify the Animation and the Curves in Nuke. For example change the range of a curve, increase o reduce a percentage to the curve, smooth a curve, and so on

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Label and Autolabel for Nuke

In this tutorial you will learn how to set the Label and Autolabel in Nuke with Python.

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Custom Panel in QtPy for Nuke

Create your Panel with Python and QtPy in Nuke, from the design to the integration inside Nuke. (special thanks to Ernest Dios)

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