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Nuke (AKA: The Foundry NUKE, NukeX, Nuke Studio) is a film/TV compositing software based on digital nodes, developed by The Foundry from United Kingdom. As of writing this post, it has been used for the production of nearly 100 films, and hundreds of commercials and music televisions. For example, the famous film works that Nuke participated in the production of include: The Day After Tomorrow, i, Робот (Enthiran), xXx, Titanic, T2, Apollo 13, True Lies, X-Men, Кинг Конг (King Kong), etc.