The Foundry has recently published a video I created for them earlier this year, Gizmo Creation: Tips and Tricks. Let me know if you found them useful, hopefully there will be more parts in the future. Thanks!
I will just grab the great description from the video the Foundry has provided:
Gizmos are user-created super-tools in Nuke, which are an easy way to package up parts of your node graph into a single group – or Gizmo – so that it can be shared across projects, teams, and Nuke Scripts.
In this video, Tony Lyons gives an insight into how he creates Gizmos in Nuke.
He starts with the User Knob Interface and how it’s been revamped, making Gizmo creation more straightforward and faster than ever before.
Tony then looks at how we can elevate the flexibility and versatility of our Gizmos by adding multiple inputs and a switch node so you can switch between inputs easily.
He also touches on how parameters from nodes within your Gizmos can be added to the Gizmo itself, allowing you to adjust things from the node graph without needing to dive into your tools to find a specific knob tweak.
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User Knob Editing Toolbar 1:29
Linking Parameters Between Nodes 3:27
Changing Knob Properties 4:28
Speed Up Gizmo Creation 5:13
Customising Input Names 8:01
Changing the Default Input 10:50
Switching Between Multiple Inputs 14:52
Adding Mix and Mask Options 20:13
Adding Channel Options
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