View Full Version : Digital Domain NUKE steps in for Nothing Real SHAKE

07 July 2002, 03:43 AM

Looks like Digital Domain is making no bones about Nothing Real's vaccuum effect...

Luke Werhli
07 July 2002, 12:09 PM
Thatīs great, thanks for the news!!!1

07 July 2002, 05:35 PM
It's interesting that I think about four people predicted something like this would happen in the thread about Mac'N'Shake (I wasn't one of them)...

what's moreso is that it happened so quicly...

07 July 2002, 09:37 PM
Ya that is great, Ive heard from locals they are very interested as a replacement for Shake on NT and the fact that it works well if the Infernos is another plus ;)

07 July 2002, 05:17 AM
Well, good for DD and compositors!

I hope this calms some of the folks who have been so furious over the Shake shift...


07 July 2002, 03:41 PM
It was just a matter of time that the gap which rayz and shake left would be filled.

A new game and new chances, let's see what is going to happen next :applause:

07 July 2002, 06:40 PM
This is great news indeed, I love shake, it's such a nice easy layout with the noodle system :) I hope this one is like that too!

07 July 2002, 01:47 AM
I guess the old addage applies....

Want to know how important in the scheme of things you are.... put your hand in a bucket of water..... take it out..... How big is the hole left?

07 July 2002, 11:40 PM
Just wanted to let you guys know that DD didnt even have a booth at siggraph and they didnt announce Nuke. I believe the Hollywood Reporter jumped the gun on this one. I am guessing we wont have it as a product till NAB next year. Apple only aquired NR and SGrail only a few months ago. That is a really short time to turn around a product from a in house tool into a shipping product for the public. It usually takes atleast a year for something like this to happen. You have to write manuals and hire support staff and get marketing and sales people together for something like this. Setting up a software company doesn't happen overnight.

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