The Foundry Nuke Studio 13.0v2 x64

The Foundry Nuke Studio 13.0v2 x64


The Foundry Nuke Studio 13.0v2 x64  is a professional cinematic composer or montage software , the turning point of which is its very professional rendering as well as the excellent combination of videos in a completely natural and classic cinematic way. Most of this software is now making movies in Hollywood costly to make by combining special effects and film scenes appear real and far-fetched. This software is a product of The Foundry Visionmongers. This modern software won the 2001 Academy Award for Technology Innovation in Cinema for its technical innovations.

Key features of NUKEX software :
– Highly professional rendering to achieve the ultimate quality with better speed
– Support for all OFX plugins
– Ability to import files into the program from 3D cameras
– Support for Image Based Keyer Or the same IBK
– with a variety of attractive plugins and plugins and standard applications
– the ability to program in both graph and user
– the ability to import the famous 3D OBJ formats into the program
– a very attractive and excellent environment
– improve data management
– Support for a variety of 3D environments
– Ability to process 32-bit high definition video
– Full support for EXR and the ability to read, process and record up to 64 channels of EXR data
– Ability to display multiple and prominent projects
– Support for Python and TCL programming languages
– Ability to create multiple channels
– Compatible with different versions of Windows

“The Foundry Nuke Studio 13.0v2 x64”

Nuke , NukeX and Nuke Studio intergrate seamlessly with Hiero and HieroPlayer for faster, more efficient workflows. The Nuke Family offers cutting-edge toolkits for node-based compositing, editorial and review, with unparalleled flexibility and collaborative workflows help you get the highest quality results – fast.

System Requirement

  • Supported operating systems : Windows 10 (64-bit only)
    Note: Other operating systems may work, but have not been fully tested 
  • Minimum hardware requirements
    – Processor: x86-64 processor, such as Intel Core 2 Duo or later
    – Storage: 5 GB disk space available for caching and temporary files
    – Ram: At least 8 GB RAM
    – Display: At least 1280 x 1024 pixel resolution and 24-bit color
    – Video card: Graphics card with at least 512 MB of video memory and driver support for OpenGL 2.0. ** To enable optional GPU acceleration of Viewer processing, you need OpenGL 2.0 with support for floating point textures and GLSL.


  • Requirements for GPU Acceleration – Windows and Linux
    If you want to enable Nuke to calculate certain nodes using the GPU, there are some additional requirements. See the Release notes for full details of requirements for GPU acceleration. 
    An NVIDIA GPU with compute capability 3.0 (Kepler) or above.
    Graphics drivers capable of running CUDA 10.1 or above. These are bundled with the regular drivers for your NVIDIA GPU. Driver version 418.39 for Linux or 418.96 for Windows or above is required. We recommend using the latest graphics drivers, where possible. 
  • AMD
    The following GPUs with an appropriate driver are supported. See the release notes for details on support available in specific versions of Nuke.
    – AMD Radeon Pro WX 7100
    – AMD Radeon Pro W 5700
    – AMD Radeon Pro WX 8200
    – AMD Radeon Pro WX 9100
    – AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT* NOTE: Other AMD GPUs may work, but have not been fully tested.


  • GPU requirements for the Machine Learning Toolset
    Training using the CopyCat node requires an NVIDIA GPU, with compute capability 3.0 (Kepler) or above.
    If an appropriate GPU is not available, Inference and other machine learning plug-ins can run on the CPU with significantly degraded performance.
    In order to run the ML plug-ins on Ampere GPUs, the CUDA kernels need to be compiled the first time you use them. This process is only necessary once and should take about half an hour. The compiled kernels are stored in the CUDA cache and require about 2 GB of space.
    To enable this you must set a global environment variable CUDA_CACHE_MAXSIZE to a value between 2147483648 (2 GB) and 4294967296 (4 GB). 

    NOTE : It is important to set this environment variable globally, otherwise running Nuke in a terminal where it is not set may invalidate the cache.


  • Tested Workstation hardware
    The following system configurations running CentOS 7 and Windows 10 have been tested with Nuke 13.0.
    System: Dell Precision 7820 Tower
    Processor (s): 2 x Intel Xeon Gold 6234 3.2GHz, 3.7GHz Turbo, 8C, 10.4GT / s 3UPI, 24.75M Cache, HT (130W) DDR4-2666
    Storage: 1 TB M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD
    RAM: 96GB (4x16GB) 2666MHz DDR4 RDIMM ECC
    GPU: NVIDIA Quadro RTX4000 8GB 
  • System
    Lenovo ThinkStation P620 Workstation
    Processor: AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3975WX 3.5GHz 32core
    – Storage: 1 TB M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD
    – RAM: 64 GB DDR4 3200MHz RDIMM ECC (4 x 16 GB)
    – Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 8GB


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