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Though I'm still struggling to learn how to put more lights and tweak the settings, I Just had a glimpse of what your node consist of. Amazing. Brilliant work. I must say you are a genius. How long you are using Nuke? Its totally mind blowing. well done!
I downloaded the example file and copied the node and its working. But I want to know how to call this node into the Nuke with TAB or TCL command? regards