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                            Release Notes for Nuke and Hiero 9.0v7
	Release Date
	Qualified Operating Systems
		Hardware Requirements for Real-time Playback
		Requirements for Nuke's GPU Acceleration
	New Features
		Nuke Studio and Hiero
	Feature Enhancements
		Nuke Studio and Hiero
	Bug Fixes
		Nuke Studio and Hiero
		Nuke and NukeX
	Known Issues and Workarounds
		Known Issues Specific to Nuke 9.0
		Known Issues Specific to Nuke Studio and Hiero 9.0
		Other Known Issues
	Developer Notes
		New Features
		Feature Enhancements
		Bug Fixes
Release Notes for Nuke 9.0v6
	Release Date
	Qualified Operating Systems
		Hardware Requirements for Real-time Playback
		Requirements for GPU Acceleration
	New Features
	Feature Enhancements
	Bug Fixes
	Known Issues and Workarounds
		Known Issues Specific to Nuke 9.0
		Known Issues Specific to Nuke Studio 9.0
		Other Known Issues
	Developer Notes
		New Features
		Feature Enhancements
		Bug Fixes
Release Notes for Nuke 9.0v5
	Release Date
	Qualified Operating Systems
		Hardware Requirements for Real-time Playback
		Requirements for GPU Acceleration
	New Features
	Feature Enhancements
	Bug Fixes
	Developer Notes
		New Features
		Feature Enhancements
		Bug Fixes
Release Notes for Nuke 9.0v4
	Release Date
	Qualified Operating Systems
		Hardware Requirements for Real-time Playback
		Requirements for GPU Acceleration
	Launching and Licensing Information
	New Features
	Feature Enhancements
	Bug Fixes
	Developer Notes
		New Features
		Feature Enhancements
		Bug Fixes
Release Notes for Nuke 9.0v3
	Release Date
	Qualified Operating Systems
		Hardware Requirements for Real-time Playback
		Requirements for GPU Acceleration
	Launching and Licensing Information
	New Features
	Feature Enhancements
	Bug Fixes
	Developer Notes
		New Features
		Feature Enhancements
		Bug Fixes
Release Notes for Nuke 9.0v2
	Release Date
	Qualified Operating Systems
		Hardware Requirements for Real-time Playback
		Requirements for GPU Acceleration
	Launching and Licensing Information
	New Features
	Feature Enhancements
	Bug Fixes
	Developer Notes
		New Features
		Feature Enhancements
		Bug Fixes
Release Notes for Nuke 9.0v1
	Release Date
	Qualified Operating Systems
		Hardware Requirements for Real-time Playback
		Requirements for GPU Acceleration
	Launching and Licensing Information
	New Features
		Nuke, NukeX, and Nuke Studio
		Nuke and NukeX 9 Features
		Nuke Studio 9 Features
	Feature Enhancements
	Bug Fixes
	Developer Notes
		New Features
		Feature Enhancements
		Bug Fixes
                        
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http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/support/contact/

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RELEASE NOTES 2

• AMD FirePro D500 3072 MB

• 32 GB 1867 MHz DDR3 ECC

Monitor Output
• BlackMagic: UltraStudio 4K (Thunderbolt 2)

• Desktop Video Software Driver 10.4

• Thunderbolt 2

• Download Link: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/family/capture-and-playback

OR

• AJA: IO4K (Thunderbolt 2)

• Mac Driver v10.6 (Firmware version 'IO4K (4Kmode))'

• Download Link: http://www.aja.com/assets/support/files/2697/en/AJA_Io4K_10_6.zip

WARNING: T-Tap is not currently supported.

Windows Certified Box Hardware
• Windows 7

• 2 x 3.4 GHz, 8-Core

• NVIDIAQuadro K5200, NVIDIA Driver 340.x

• 32 GB RAM

Monitor Output
• BlackMagic: Decklink 4K Extreme, Decklink 4K Extreme 12G, or Decklink 4K Studio

• Desktop Video Driver 10.4

• Download Link: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/family/capture-and-playback

OR

• AJA: Kona 3G OR Kona 4

• AJA Hardware Driver v10.5.2 - Windows (64-bit)

• Download Link: http://www.aja.com/assets/support/files/2620/en/AJA_Win_Drivers-10.5.2-x64.msi.zip

Linux Certified Box Hardware
• CentOS/RHEL 6.5

• 2 x 3.4 GHz, 8-Core

• NVIDIAQuadro K5200, NVIDIA Driver 340.x

• 32 GB RAM

RELEASE NOTES FOR NUKE AND HIERO 9.0V7 |

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/family/capture-and-playback
http://www.aja.com/assets/support/files/2697/en/AJA_Io4K_10_6.zip
https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/family/capture-and-playback
http://www.aja.com/assets/support/files/2620/en/AJA_Win_Drivers-10.5.2-x64.msi.zip

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RELEASE NOTES 54

Developer Notes
Here are the changes relevant to developers. SeeHelp > Documentation from theNukemenu bar formore
information.

NOTE: NodeClass() names occasionally change betweenmajor releases, such as Nuke 7 to Nuke 8. While
these changes do not affect legacy scripts, youmay not get the results you were expecting if a node class
has beenmodified. The toolbars.py file, used to create Nuke's node toolbar, contains all the current node
class names and is located in <install_directory>/plugins/nukescripts/ for reference.

As an example, between Nuke 7 and Nuke 8, the Text nodeClass() changed from Text to Text2. In the
toolbars.py file for the two releases, the entries for the Text node appear as follows:

m.addCommand("Text", "nuke.createNode(\"Text\")", icon="Text.png")
m.addCommand("Text", "nuke.createNode(\"Text2\")", icon="Text.png")

New Features

There are no new features in this release.

Feature Enhancements

There are no feature enhancements in this release.

Bug Fixes

There are no bug fixes in this release.

RELEASE NOTES FOR NUKE 9.0V6 | DEVELOPER NOTES

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RELEASE NOTES 108

• BUG ID 44066 - R3D: The color wheel in theMedia panel for .r3d files did not have the same orientation as Nuke's
color wheels. Opening .r3d files in the Timelineworkspace caused all Nuke's in-panel color wheels to behave in the
sameway.

• BUG ID 44144 - PlanarIop: Using PlanarIop slowed down performancewhen ScanlineRender contained samples.

• BUG ID 44378 - Documentation: The Planar Iop section of theNDK Dev Guide contained several gaps and errors.

• BUG ID 44396 - EXR: Reading tiled .exr files was slow and was not improved by addingmore threads.

• BUG ID 44429 -Windows only: Running the command hiero.core.pluginPath() in the Script editor, returned
..AppData/Roaming/TheFoundry/Hiero.

• BUG ID 44578 - MatchGrade: LUTs created fromMatchGrade clipped values incorrectly.

• BUG ID 44712 - TheOutput node's appearancewas identical to the Input node.

• BUG ID 44814 - BlinkScript: An output image could have less than the full amount of channels (4) required for
pixel-wise kernels.

• BUG ID 45274 - GPU Acceleration: Launching Nuke from the command line using the --gpu argument, disabled the
Local GPU control in the properties of accelerated nodes, such as Kronos.

• BUG ID 45512 Licensing: An internal licensing environment variable contained an invalid . (period) character.

• BUG ID 45593 - Viewers: Resizing or zooming in a Viewer in A/B mode caused displacement of the buffers across
the available screen space.

• BUG ID 45692 - QuickTime: Audio did not play back from certain QuickTimes with non-integer framerates using the
mov64 reader.

• BUG ID 45900 - Text: Deleting the second of any two of the same character next to each other, changed the size of
the first character.

• BUG ID 45904 - Text: Frame expressions on character transforms confused which character to transform.

• BUG ID 46072 - Export: During an export, if you pressed Pause, Stop All, or Clear Complete and then pressed
Continue, the export remained at 0% and could causeNuke Studio to crash.

• BUG ID 46273 - VectorGenerator: Connecting a Viewer to a node tree containing a VectorGenerator, where the
imagemoved out of the bounding box or changed resolution, caused Nuke to crash.

RELEASE NOTES FOR NUKE 9.0V1 | BUG FIXES

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