Any shot in the VFX pipeline can be exported with full contextual details intact.
The Foundry has introduced HieroPlayer, new software for reviewing VFX in the Nuke compositing environment. Hieroplayer gives Nuke users the ability to playback every shot in the visual effects (VFX) timeline in context on their own workstation.
HieroPlayer allows a Nuke user to export a shot or sequence, then play it back and review it in context with full audio on HieroPlayer’s VFX timeline. They also have access to multiple versions of shots.
The Foundry says HieroPlayer offers Nuke users these benefits:
- Keep on top of reviews by saving out projects for reference or passing back to Hiero and use shot tagging to add notes to shots on the timeline
- Acts as a clipbook tool and a place to create scratch edits
- Stay organized and save time with media management capabilities that let artists create their own elements library to organize, sort and tag their VFX elements
- View shots in context and get the right results faster with soft import of all media that Nuke can read plus audio and playback for individual artists
- Work seamlessly with Nuke out of the box with playback of all Nuke image formats, including multi-channel EXRs as well as audio, letting artists send clips back and forth between Hiero and Nuke
- Python scripting for additional customization or integration into other VFX pipelines.
HieroPlayer also works with Hiero, The Foundry’s shot management, conformation, and review product.
HieroPlayer is now available from The Foundry.