Here is your bi-weekly, bite-sized round-up of cool things to help you do more in Nuke!
REBUILD BAD / MISSING FRAMES USING OFLOW
Sometimes you might receive a plate to stabilize with heavy motion blur that needs smoothing out, or a CG render where one or two frames are broken. Richard Frazer made this handy gizmo to easily solve this issue!
This gizmo uses OFlow to interpolate between two correct frames, and creates a brand new frame to replace your errant one. For a more detailed run-down, you can read more about how the gizmo works here.
Having the ability to track things in Nuke opens up a world of possibility for things like beauty work, complex monitor comps, object replacement, and so many other things! Definitely worth diving in and taking a look at this plugin.
FACE REPLACEMENT WITH FAKEAPP
A user named derpfakes on YouTube caught my attention with this video, comparing ILM's digital face replacement in Rogue One with his own result using an app called FakeApp. He claims his result was "completed in the time it takes to watch an episode of the Simpsons". Super impressive!