Foundry has released Nuke 12.2 with a number of new features and improvements, like USD import, new QuickTime support and extended video format compatibility. See all the news here. The perhaps biggest news is the ability for artists to “roam” licenses for Nuke, NukeX, Nuke Studio, and Hiero. License roaming allows floating license servers to “check-out” licenses for use on machines in a nodelocked capacity for up to 30 days. Upgrade your license to enable Nuke License Roaming here. Download Nuke 12.2 here.
Introducing Nuke Indie
With Nuke 12.2 introduces Nuke Indie, a single user version of Nuke Studio using a log-in licensing model. Nuke Indie is designed
for personal, small-scale commercial use (in accordance with the eligibility terms) and includes most of the features of the commercial version of Nuke Studio. Subscription Nuke Indie licenses are sold through Foundry’s web page. More on Nuke Indie here.