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  Get some nice tools/scripts for Nuke and Fusion.
I got some more scripts, tools settings and so on. They'll be online within the next weeks.



 
Fusion Render Remote

Autocrop / Bbox crop

for Nuke

 

Requires: Nuke 6.x or higher

 

Version: 1.0

 

Does: This script replaces the original Crop with one, that can quick crop to the bbox or detect the content size and crop to that.

All functions are written to the node so your nukescript will open/render anywhere just fine.

 

Where to put:

Extract zip to /.nuke/

 

How to install:

add this to your menu.py:

nuke.addOnUserCreate(scripts.auto_crop, nodeClass='Crop')

 

add this to your init.py:

import scripts

 

Known bugs:
none.

 

Download: nuke_autocrop.zip






Fusion Render Remote

Timeloop

for Nuke

 

Requires: Nuke 6.x or higher

 

Version: 1.0

 

Does: This script replaces the original TimeWarp with one, that has a Loop tab where you can set fast and easy a loop.

All functions are written to the node so your nukescript will open/render anywhere just fine.

 

Where to put:

Extract zip to /.nuke/

 

How to install:

add this to your menu.py:

nuke.addOnUserCreate(scripts.looper, nodeClass='TimeWarp')

 

add this to your init.py:

import scripts

 

Known bugs:
none.

 

Download: nuke_timeloop.zip






Fusion Render Remote
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Fusion Render Manager Remote

for eyeon Fusion

 

Requires: peyeon for Python 3.1

 

Version: 1.0

 

Does: Did you ever ask yourself "how do I kill my job in the render managers queue" if the computer stands on the other side of the building? Here's the answer! Run this Python script and get a nice GUI to manipulate the render queue: pause/resume, move up and down, kill your render job or simple get a status of the progress.

The script is ment to communicate with the stand-alone Render Manager of Fusion (not the ctrl+m one) via a local running Fusion process. Avoid running regular Fusion on the Render Manager's machine since in this case the ctrl+m Manager will be preferred (which is everything but stable).

 

Where to put: anywhere

 

How to install: douple click rm_remote.py should work. Maybe you got to open the script with the IDLE Python editor and run it with F5. Follow the instructions in the feedback line. Needed config files will be created.

 

Known bugs:
- the Auto Refresh function is experimental; it works but can be only stopped on Windows systems (uses a DOS command to kill the thread). It also causes more traffic than you want. A refresh rate of 30+ seconds should be fine.
- If you got incoherent render jobs (e.g. 0-10,50-60) the status will report the maximum frame range (here: 0-60). Sorry, but there is all that the Render Manager itself returns.

 

Download: RM_Remote_1.0.zip






Import Some Sequences

Import Some Sequences

for eyeon Fusion

 

Requires: peyeon for Python 3.1

 

Version: 09

 

Does: Shows you a list of sequences in a directory. You can select / deselect the stuff you want. The script creates a loader for every selected sequence and can rename it (use the rename matrix in the top of the script. The loaders can also be colored (usefull to highlight new versions)

 

Where to put: YourFusionInstallation\Scripts\Comp

 

known bugs: sometimes it just dosn't start (as all python scripts in fusion)

 

Download: ImportSomeSequences_09.zip






Import Some Sequences

Loader Replacer

for eyeon Fusion

 

Requires: peyeon for Python 3.1

 

Version: 04

 

Does: Good for quick layer replacement. Takes all the loaders in your comp OR of your selection (if you got one) and makes a simple string replace on their clip path.

e.g. _v06_ and in the lower field _v07_ would replace all version 06 sequences with version 07 ... if your sequences are named like this.

Use an asterix (*) if you want to change more than one substring:

OldFolder*v06 => NewFolder*v07. The asterix is more a seperator than a wildcard.

 

Where to put: YourFusionInstallation\Scripts\Comp

 

Known bugs: sometimes it just dosn't start (as all python scripts in fusion). Be carefull with cliplist and strange Loader settings (trim in, hold frame and so on).

 

Download: LoaderReplacer_04.zip






Quicktime Exporter

Quicktime Exporter

for eyeon Fusion (32bit/64bit; @64bit not Version 6.0 and 6.1)

 

Requires: peyeon for Python 3.1

 

Version: 08

 

Does: Sorry for the German Interface. It's not really an exporter; more a batch processor for a lot of sequences. Good to convert/conserve footage for a catalouge. Import some sequences (length, framesize does not matter). Run the script. Select an output folder (your subtree will be kept!). Select codec and quality. If you got strange clips you can limit the quicktime size.

Serial processing (Serielle Verarbeitung) is strongly recommended. "Rendering gleich starten" starts the process after pressing OK. The last slider is a threshold (to avoid quicktimes shorter than X frames).

 

Where to put: YourFusionInstallation\Scripts\Comp

 

Known bugs: sometimes it just dosn't start (as all python scripts in fusion). Be carefull with cliplist and strange Loader settings (trim in, hold frame and so on).

 

Download: QT_maker_08.zip






Quicktime Exporter

The Bakery

for eyeon Fusion

 

Requires: peyeon for Python 3.1

 

Version: 08

 

Does: Searches for expressions/animations on the selected node, shows you a list and let you bake several animations at once which can save a lot of time (ever tried to bake tracked gridwarp points?)

 

Where to put: YourFusionInstallation\Scripts\Tool

 

Known bugs: sometimes it just dosn't start (as all python scripts in fusion).

 

Download: Bakery_02.zip






Quicktime Exporter

Loader From Saver

for eyeon Fusion

 

Requires: peyeon for Python 3.1

 

Version: 01

 

Does: Put that script on a knob in your toolbar. Select a saver and press the knob - you will get a loader from the savers output and the loader has the name of the sequence (!).

 

Where to put: YourFusionInstallation\Scripts\Tool

 

Known bugs: does not work on multible loaders.

 

Download: LfS_01.zip