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  10 October 2011
Measurements in Nuke

Hey guys,

I've been searching around for any info regarding measurements in Nuke. I haven't found anything about it specifically so I wanted to know if you guys can share what you know. If I wanted to create a one foot squared cube how do I do that?

All I've done thus far is created an obj in Maya and imported it and saved it as a Toolset for reference. Is that the recommendation for the time or is there a better way to do this.

Thanks guys ...
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  10 October 2011
i think nuke uses cm as intern unit, so 1 nuke unit equals 1cm in maya.

the rest of the math should be really simple
 
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