Bluefish’s K8 video I/O card and the entire Epoch range now support 2K/HD/SD-SDI playback within Nuke and Nuke Studio 12, giving post-production 2D/3D compositing and visual effects professionals access to the high quality associated with Bluefish video cards.
Nuke and Nuke Studio 12 offer unparalleled power and performance to meet the needs of modern production work. Nuke’s node graph and resolution-independent processing mean the scope of work able to be handled is unmatched. Nuke includes advanced node-based compositing, 3D tracking and model building, conform and review, and allows for easy collaboration across team environments.
With the K8 and Epoch video cards, Nuke and Nuke Studio 12 now have access to the highest quality SDI playback with proprietary 12-bit processing, supporting both RGB and YUV colour spaces. Currently supporting 2K/HD/SD video modes. Bluefish will continue to work with Foundry to update support for the Nuke and Nuke Studio products and will be integrating 4K/UHD support in a forthcoming installer update.
“Bluefish have worked closely with Foundry to update Bluefish hardware support for the Nuke and Nuke Studio products, with 2K and HD resolutions now supported and with future updates bringing UHD and more,” comments Tom Lithgow, Product Manager at Bluefish.
“We are happy to hear that Bluefish customers will be able to use the latest versions of Nuke and Nuke Studio with Bluefish’s professional-grade hardware,” said Christy Anzelmo, Director of Product at Foundry. “It is great to have Bluefish as a new partner and we’re looking forward to working with them on future updates!”
To download the latest 2020.14 Windows Installer for playback support for Nuke and Nuke Studio, visit bluefish444.com/support/downloads