Auto run .nk as NukeX (Windows registry key)
PixelSort (NDK C++)
ShiftRGB (NDK C++, VS example project)
SetLoop (Toolset, Python)
When opening a Nuke script, automatically run it as NukeX.
Quickly fix NaN, inf and zero-value pixels. Or just get an alpha channel of these pixels.
Instantly write a screenshot of all selected nodes to your desktop (PNG).
Sort pixels in an orderly fashion.
Tutorial for setting up the Nuke NDK using Visual Studio and writing/compiling a basic plugin.
Project page + Download
Automatically load plugins in Nuke when they're placed in the right folder. Can also be used as a plugin repository on a server.
Loop nodes an amount of times, like an image solver/iterator. Useful when, for instance, rendering fractals or reaction diffusion in Nuke.
Quickly make a customizable breakdown that plays the shot while the layers are wiping sequentially.
Randomly scatter the UVs of all selected objects within variable maximum bounds.
Batch the boolean command for one object with all selected objects.
Example: Subtract one object from many others without merging them.