The Foundry last month unveiled Nuke 9 and the Nuke Studio. The offering brings node-based visual effects, editorial and finishing into a new single-studio application, as well as provides core upgrades to the advanced compositing workflows of Nuke and NukeX. Nuke Studio empowers creative individuals working independently, as well as collaborative teams working on quickturnaround projects, in a way that’s previously never been possible. Users can run a whole project from a single desktop, even while sitting with a client, and use Nuke Studio’s collaborative controls to share work with a wider team over a centrally integrated location.
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