Join Steve Wright for an in-depth discussion in this video The in-panel color wheel, part of Nuke 8 New Features.
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…The new in panel color picker sports a number of brand new features.…You can now get color sliders in the color…wheel without floating the panel like the old color picker.…You can also have several color pickers open at once.…I'll open up the grade node, and we'll go up…the gain and I'll click on the color picker button.…And that opens up the new color picker sliders.…So we can just drag left and right on…any of the colors we want, including the alpha channel.…And there's also a new virtual slider in Nuke 8.…
Instead of doing the Alt+left mouse drag left and right, you can now do…just a middle mouse drag, no Alt button, no Cmd button, just middle mouse drag.…You can adjust your values that way in any node in Nuke.…If you want to really sneak up on your…color you can tick the increment and decrement earls.…And we also have temperature and luminance sliders over here.…This slider will bring it towards the cool side or the other way, we get warm.…And the other slider will go from magenta to…green, and over here of course is your liminance slider.…
Note: This course is specifically designed for current Nuke artists who just want to learn about the new features in Nuke. For a more thorough exploration of Nuke 8, check out Steve's Nuke 8 Essential Training course.