September 02, 2013
October 06, 2011
Please use this forum to post updated or modified versions of the script.
You can download the new version here:
Donations are welcome
October 05, 2011
Free to download and use.
For help, please post your questions in the comments.
We will try to solve your posted problems.
Keep in mind, we do this in our spare time. So please be kind with us.
If you are using the script and it saves you a lot of time and therefore money, think about a donation to help us continue developing the script.
how to install:
-copy the script files into your .nuke folder
-copy the content of the included menu.py to an existing menu.py, or just use ours.
XML to Nuke general workflow:
-Clean up your edit in Final Cut. No effects and transitions and merge everything to one video layer. Audio that is not embedded in your source footage will be kept.
-Export your sequnce as xml file
-start up nuke and run through the xml import dialog
-dont use handleLength if you got none
-things to keep in mind:
-before you start working with the generated scripts change the root format
-comp after the framerange node
-set the viewer to input
-use the renderfolders for your final renders
-name the different render versions for one take like: 01_xxx.mov,02_xxx.mov, and so on
-the file with the highest version will be exported back to final cut
-for export choose the updated xml and use the xml_export dialog
Use at your own risk!
by m.basan, j.becker, p.brueckner
September 30, 2011
This is a presentation of our final cut to nuke workflow script we developed.
The video shows how to use it and the advantages of such a workflow.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
We are going to release the plugin in the near future as a beta Version.
Comments and Donations are welcome.