Friday, August 20th, 2021: 3D Community News

Foundry - Hiero Player now is part of Nuke

Foundry now ships Hiero Player as part of the Nuke package.

Hiero Player is a compelling sequence previewing application, but it can do much more than that. You can read some of the features it supports below:

  • Hiero’s intuitive editorial tools are a complete online-editing toolkit that gets the job done faster than Nuke's multi-track editorial timeline, with conforming tools and GPU-accelerated soft.
  • Integration with the Nuke Family, generating and sharing Nuke scripts, efficiently reviewing annotations, and comparing and managing versions with ease.
  • It offers some flexible review tools, real-time playback, blending modes and color sample tools, review projects at any stage, and faster and more efficient teamwork.
  • The perfect fit for your pipeline, fully customizable, supports major operating systems, includes a Python API and Pyside and BlinkScript for creating your GPU-accelerated timeline effects.

You can learn more about Nuke and Hiero Player pricing packages by clicking HERE.

Watch the video and learn all its capabilities!

Nuke is a digital compositing node-based software, which was first developed by Digital Domain then further developed by Foundry since it was sold in 2007. It is used for film and television post-production, with many users around the world, including Digital Domain, Reel FX and Industrial Light & Magic., Walt Disney Animation Studios, DreamWorks Animation, Illumination Mac Guff, Sony Pictures Animation, Framestore, Blizzard Entertainment, Weta Digital, Double Negative.

Foundry is a creative software development company for the Digital Design, Media, and Entertainment industries for over 20 years. It was founded in 1996 in London, with more than 300 workers and a presence in the US, China, Japan, Australia, and Europe. The company is famous for NUKE, MARI, KATANA, and MODO.