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Old 03-20-2013, 06:20 AM   #1
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nuke plugin development

Hey guys,

I'm a freelance artist based out of Los Angeles. I'm looking for a developer who can program a plugin for Nuke using the NDK. It could also be an OFX plugin. This plugin is supposed to displace pixels much like the iDistort node in Nuke. I'm willing to hire somebody to create this. How would I go about finding someone?
 
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This is a forum to discuss development work, not to ask for software, or for developers.
You could use the jobs section on this website, or try some of the freelancers/job websites in your area.
There's enough staff floating in the LA area due to dire circumstances that you might find it easier than it should be.
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