FrameHandling is a versatile Nuke tool designed to make frame manipulation a breeze. Whether you need to set reference frames for selected nodes or effortlessly navigate to the reference frame of a StickyNote, this tool has got you covered.
1. Intuitive Frame Setting
Setting reference frames for selected nodes is as simple as it gets. With just a few clicks, you can choose to set the reference frame to the current frame or input a specific frame of your choice.
2. Smart Navigation with StickyNotes
FrameHandling takes navigation to the next level with StickyNotes. It intelligently searches for a frame pattern within the StickyNote's label and seamlessly takes you to that frame.
3. Knob Support for Flexibility
Customize your experience with various supported knobs for reference frame manipulation, including 'reference_frame', 'referenceFrame', 'first_frame', and 'ref_frame'. It's flexibility at your fingertips!
How to Install
Download the FrameHandling repository, rename the downloaded folder to FrameHandling and move it into your .nuke folder.
Add the following line to your init.py file, which is typically located in your .nuke folder:
Say goodbye to the hassle of frame management in Nuke. FrameHandling is not just a tool; it's your new companion for a smoother, more intuitive workflow. Give it a try, and let the frames work for you!
Stay creative, stay efficient, and let FrameHandling handle the frames for you!
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