The easiest way to make a flickering effect.
This node works like an "opacity flickering", but you can transfer the Result values to any knob that support animation.
Set the maximum/minimum/frequency value, and done!
By default, this node works like an "opacity flickering", but you can transfer the Result values to any knob that support animation.
There exist other gizmos/toolsets much better and complex than this, but I've created my version from scratch and I decided to share it with those who have interested to use it.
You don't need to install it (as a gizmo for example), just import the nuke file into your project and done. If you prefer, you can move this nuke file to your .nuke folder (.nuke/ToolSets), or saving as ToolSet manually inside of your project.
Also, you won't have any problem if someone opens your script without this toolset on his machine. It will work fine!
In the following video, I show you how it works (the 3D Render was provided by Visual F Studio):
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