Nuke keyboard shortcuts

Nuke  

Zeynel -
6 years ago
- Shortcuts

Note: On Mac, replace the Ctrl key with the Cmd key.

3
Backspace

Delete selected clips or folders

0
or Del
1
+

Virtual slider (number fields)

1
Space

(short press) Expand the focused panel to the full window

0
Space

(long press) Raise the right-click menu

0
Alt + S

Make the application or floating window fullscreen.

0
Ctrl + A

Select all

0
Ctrl + C

Copy selected item(s)

1
Ctrl + D

Duplicate selected item(s)

0
Ctrl + F1

… to F6: Save current window layout.

1
Ctrl +

(click on panel name) Float panel

0
Ctrl + N

Create a new project or script, depending on environment

0
Ctrl + O

Open a project or script, depending on environment

0
Ctrl + Q

Exit the application

0
Ctrl + S

Save current project or script, depending on environment

0
Ctrl + T

Cycle through tabs in the current pane. Note that this does not work if the focus is on the input pane of the Script Editor

0
Ctrl + V

Paste the contents of the clipboard

-1
Ctrl + W

Close the current project or script, dependent on environment

0
Ctrl + X

Cut selected item(s)

0
Ctrl + Z

Undo last action

0
↑  Shift + Esc

Close the current tab

1
↑  Shift + F1

… to F6: Change workspace

0
↑  Shift + S

Open the Preferences dialog

0
Alt + ↑  Shift + 1

… to 6: Open a recent project or script, depending on environment

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + A

Select none

0
Ctrl + Alt + `

Goto next pane

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + [

Goto next tab

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + ]

Goto previous tab

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + S

Save current project or script, depending on environment, and specify name (Save As)

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + Z

Redo last action

0
Ctrl + Alt + ↑  Shift + `

Goto previous pane

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1
-

Zoom Out

-1
+

Zoom In

0
A

Alpha

0
B

Blue

0
C

Razor selected

0
E

Clipping Warning

0
End

Go to End

0
F

Zoom to Fit

0
F12

Clear playback cache

0
G

Green

1
H

Zoom to Fill

0
Home

Go to Start

-1
I

Mark In point

0
J

Play Backward

0
K

Pause

0
L

Play Forward

0

Frame Backwards

0
O

Mark Out point

0
Page Down

Next Layer

0
Page Up

Previous Layer

0
Q

Show Overlays

0
R

Red

0
⤶ Enter

Swap A/B Inputs

-1

Frame Forwards

0
V

Display the version selector

0
W

Wipe

0
Y

Luma

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0
Alt +

Version down the selected clip

2
Alt + I

Clear In Point

0
Alt + O

Clear Out Point

0
Alt + ↑  Shift +

Previous Tag

0
Alt + ↑  Shift +

Next Tag

1
Alt + U

Clear In/Out Points

0
Alt +

Version up the selected clip

0
Ctrl + /

Show Timeline Editor

0
Ctrl + F

Full Screen

0
Ctrl +

Color picker (single pixel)

0
Ctrl +

Deselect sampled pixels

0
Ctrl + S

Save current project

0
↑  Shift + C

Razor all under playhead

0
↑  Shift + I

Go to In Point

0
↑  Shift +

Skip Backwards

0
↑  Shift + O

Go to Out Point

0
↑  Shift +

Skip Forwards

0
Ctrl + Alt +

Go to min version

0
Ctrl + Alt +

Go to max version

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + 1

Zoom to Actual Size

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + 2

Zoom to Half Size

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + F

Full Quality 1:1

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift +

Color picker (region of pixels)

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + P

Ignore Pixel Aspect

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + S

Save current project and specify name (Save As)

0
,

Nudge selected shot(s) left, where space is available

0
.

Nudge selected shot(s) right, where space is available

0
1

Display in the A input buffer

0
2

Display in the B input buffer

0
Alt +
+

Ripple and duplicate the dragged shot

0
Alt then
+

Duplicate the dragged shot

0
D

Enable or disable the selected shot(s)

0

Next Edit

0
+
then Alt

Activate Ripple mode while dragging shot

0
E

Cycles between the Slip Clip and Slide Clip tools

0
Num Enter

Edit playhead time

0
F12

Clear playback cache

0
F5

Render all Comp containers

0
F7

Render selected Comp containers

0

Select a clip including any linked tracks

0
M

Insert the contents of a source Viewer into the timeline at the current playhead position overwriting existing shots

0
N

Insert the contents of a source Viewer into the timeline at the current playhead position and ripple existing shots downstream to accommodate the change

0

(on numpad) Change selection between shots

0
Q

Cycles between the available move tools: Multi, Move/Trim, and Select

0
R

Cycles between the available edit tools: Ripple, Roll, and Retime

0
T

Cycles between the available razor tools: Razor, Razor All, and Join

0
U

Mark clip

0

Previous Edit

0
V

Display the version selector

0
W

Cycles between the available selection tools

-1
↑  Shift +
+

(drag clip) Disable snap to transition when dragging clips

0
Alt + ,

Nudge selected shot(s) up, overwriting any clips on the tracks above

0
Alt + .

Nudge selected shot(s) down, overwriting any clips on the tracks below

0
Alt + D

Display metadata for the selected track item(s)

0
Alt +

Version down the selected shot

0
Alt +

Select a clip, ignoring linked tracks (for example, audio only)

0
Alt +

Version up the selected shot

0
Ctrl +

(numeric keypad arrows) Nudge selected shot(s), where space is available

0
Ctrl + A

Select all shots

0
Ctrl + I

Import files

0
Ctrl + ⤶ Enter

Open selected shot in the Viewer

0
Ctrl + T

Add a dissolve between two selected shots

0
↑  Shift + ,

Nudge selected shot(s) left by the increment amount set under the Viewer, where space is available

0
↑  Shift + .

Nudge selected shot(s) right by the increment amount set under the Viewer, where space is available

0
↑  Shift + Backspace

Ripple delete

0
↑  Shift + U

Mark selection

0
Alt + ↑  Shift + /

Rename shots

0
Ctrl + Alt + A

Select all in track

0
Alt + ↑  Shift +

Go to min version

0
Alt + ↑  Shift +

Go to max version

0
Ctrl + Alt + ⤶ Enter

Open selected shot in a new Viewer

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + A

Deselect all shots

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + E

Open the Export dialog

0
Ctrl + ↑  Shift + I

Import folders

0
then ↑  Shift +

Select all clips between the left-clicks

0
↑  Shift + Alt +

Ignore linked tracks during selection

0
Ctrl + Alt + ↑  Shift + I

Import EDL, XML, or AAF

0
-

Zoom Out

1
,

Decrease Gain

0
;

Previous view (multiview)

0
.

Increase Gain

0

Next view (multiview)

0
[

Toggle left toolbar

0
]

Toggle right toolbar

1
`

Toggle floating viewers

0
+ Zoom

In

1
0 - 9

Set Viewer inputs

0
A

Display the Alpha channel


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Program information

Program name: Nuke Nuke (Imaging)

NUKE is a node based composing application used for television and film post-production. It is developed by The Foundry.

Web page: foundry.com/products/nuke

Last update: 11/11/2019 8:10 PM UTC

How easy to press shortcuts: 83%

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Shortcut count: 414

Platform detected: Windows or Linux

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? Jadavashok OP says : 4 years ago 7/13/2020 4:02 AM
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