Introducing NUKE 9: The biggest evolution in NUKE’s history

Tue 21st Oct 2014 | News

The Foundry, today unveiled NUKE 9, the biggest ever shake up of its NUKE technology, including the brand new addition of NUKE STUDIO. The offering brings powerful node-based VFX, Editorial and Finishing into a new single studio application, as well as provides core upgrades to the advanced compositing workflows of NUKE and NUKEX. The Foundry showcased NUKE 9 at a live broadcast from London’s historic Leicester Square.

NUKE STUDIO empowers creative individuals working independently, as well as collaborative teams working on quick-turnaround 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 powerful collaborative controls to share work with a wider team and manage this from a central integrated location.

Specific exclusive features of NUKE STUDIO include:

Complete online-editing toolkit – Intuitive and familiar editorial tools get the job done fast, whether it’s on set editing, online conform, or simply knocking out quick edits.


In-timeline real-time effects – Powerful GPU accelerated effects can be added right in the timeline, letting artists quickly experiment, polish and achieve the high-end look they need.


Fluid end-to-end workflow – Combined timeline and node-graph workflow lets artists work the way they want with all the power to create a project in one application from start to finish.


Powerful collaborative control – A hub for total project control lets artists share scripts, work collaboratively with annotations and version up and down with ease.


Real-time 4K playback – Plays in-application and through SDI-Out Hardware giving confidence to client attended sessions. For the first time, The Foundry has certified an HP® and NVIDIA® configuration with Blackmagic.


Intelligent built-in rendering – Built-in render farm functionality automatically uses all available resources to enhance speed and performance, either on a single machine or when connected to multiple.


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