Multi-track editorial timeline
Nuke Studio® comes complete with a multi-track editorial timeline that lets you playback, review and edit multi-layered sequences of video, CG and audio tracks. You can stack unlimited tracks containing as many clips as you need and blend tracks to easily create overlays. Create timeline effects and flip them into the node graph, or edit and render compositions right from the timeline.
SDI broadcast monitor support
All Nuke editions provide SDI broadcast monitor support on compatible AJA and Blackmagic SDI-out hardware. With this support, you can accurately check color space and aspect ratios on broadcast content during the review process.
Multi-track editorial timeline
Nuke Studio comes complete with a multi-track editorial timeline that lets you playback, review and edit multi-layered sequences of video, CG and audio tracks. You can stack unlimited tracks containing as many clips as you need and blend tracks to easily create overlays. Create timeline effects and flip them into the node graph, or edit and render compositions right from the timeline.
In-timeline Soft Effects
Add powerful GPU-accelerated effects—including grading, keying, and transforms—right on the timeline, in real time. In-timeline Soft Effects let you quickly and easily set up shots, experiment with ideas and interactively refine your work.
Nuke Studio’s editorial tools provide easy-to-use, familiar functionality for artists accustomed to standard editorial packages—all accessible on the timeline. Use standard three-point editing techniques to insert and overwrite clips from the source view and retime both linearly and non-linearly right in the timeline.
Onlining and conform
Nuke Studio conforms AAFs, EDLs and XMLs into a multi-resolution, multi-track timeline complete with audio. Soft effects in imported XML and AAF files —including nonlinear retiming, transforms and crops— are retained and automatically recreated in Nuke Studio, helping to take the pain out of the conform process.
The sophisticated Spreadsheet View in Nuke Studio breaks down every timeline item’s source and destination, both for visual feedback and modification. Items selected in the timeline link to selections in the spreadsheet and vice versa. Easily compare online edits against offline sources, and make adjustments to groups by timecode, affording precise control.
Media bins within Nuke Studio allow for easy access to all shots and media relating to the project, making it fast and easy for you to add, organize, and search through relevant content for a project.
Nuke Studio’s tagging system lets you tag shots and media to make them easier to organize and find. With the tagging abilities, you can add notes, create custom tags and store metadata on shots and clips in the timeline.
Easily create a Nuke comp script directly from the timeline which translates all transforms and soft effects into Nuke nodes. Comp Containers in the timeline link to Nuke scripts for a particular clip, and you can toggle between versions of comp scripts to preview the work in the timeline or jump into the comp environment and makes changes directly.
Import .WAV or .AIFF files into your projects and play them back to ensure audio and video align, and give context to shot review and editorial work. View an audio track’s waveform in the timeline and easily adjust using handles or apply cross-fades, fades-in and fades-out.