Author: Digital Arts Staff
Author: Take a closer look at the new features in the new version of The Foundry's compositing software
The Foundry has released Nuke 8, bringing new features and improvements to its compositing software.
Version 8 adds a number of new features to Nuke, including a new Dope Sheet timeline (right) and Text node, improvements to grading and colour correction, a Camera Tracker update and new 3D tools.
Clearly impressed by the update, Head of Nuke at The Mill, Hugo Guerra, said during the Nuke 8 launch event: "This update of Nuke cements it as the most powerful compositor in the market today. It doesn't matter if you are making a film, a commercial, a TV show, game cinematics or creating an art installation, you will never be disappointed with its unique scalability and raw versatility."
Nuke 8 is available to buy now from The Foundry's website. There's a free 15-day trial available, after which you'll pay £2,499 (excluding VAT) for the permanent license or £800 per quarter to rent the software.
Use the slideshow controls above and right to take a closer look at the new features in Nuke 8.