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If you are looking for Nuke, you have come to the right place. We explain what Nuke is and point you to the official download.

What is Nuke?

NUKE is a well-known professional compositor available for Windows, Mac and Linux systems. Famous in the video post-processing industry for its use in Avatar, King Kong, Tron: Legacy, The Hobbit and Black Swan, it employs a nodal structure, supports collaborative projects, has a Python-based application programming interface, and makes use of GPU acceleration for enhanced productivity through reduced wait times for operations.

Workflow on the software proceeds on multiple channels, which makes managing data easier for the user. The workspace is three-dimensional and the rendering engine is scanline-based. Users can work with 32-bit float for color, get support for unified views of even stereoscopic (three-dimensional) files when they do not want to separate the two visuals making up the image, sports an open source system for managing colors that allows users to keep color palettes across more than two utilities, and more.

The program also has an in-depth and exhaustive set of Help documents for new users. However, these documents are not bundled directly into the software, but rather are linked to it. Hence, users who need assistance will have to be online if they want to access the Help files.

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File types supported by Nuke

Our users primarily use Nuke to open these file types:

About file types supported by Nuke

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If you have additional information about which types of files Nuke can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.

Last updated: : July 11, 2014