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metaclay said about 11 years ago:so cool... thanx
Daniel Boivin said about 12 years ago:Ohh!! Thank you so much for this! Reordering shouln't ask so time to think to make it, as Shake was in general, thank you very much. I miss also the Switch matte node...
CucoBures said over 13 years ago:Thank you for your feedback!!! I love the easy of use of the Shake Reorder node, so I just cloned it to work faster on Nuke... It's great to know that other user find this usefull. Cheers
djdeluxe76 said over 13 years ago:Being a former Shake user I welcome the approach. I always thought Shakes implementation of a simple text input for reordering channels was nice, simple and efficient. And this gizmo closely resembles that.