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Linux – Nuke Shortcut Keys

Linux – Nuke Shortcut Keys

Nuke Shortcut Keys for Linux

Ctrl+A – Select All
Ctrl+C – Copy selected
Ctrl+X – Cut Selected
Ctrl+V – Paste Selected
Ctrl+D – Duplicate Selected
Ctrl+F – Save Current Window Layout
Ctrl+N – Create a new Project
Ctrl+O – Open existing project
Ctrl+S – Save current project
Ctrl+Q – Quit Application
Spacebar(Short Press) – Expand the focused panel to full window
Spacebar(Long Press) – Open the right click menu
Del/Bkspace – Delete Selected Clips/Folders
Shift+S – Open the preferences dialog
Ctrl+T – Cycle through tabs
Ctrl+W – Close current project
Ctrl+Z – Undo
Ctrl+Shift+A – Select None
Ctrl+Alt+’ – Next Pane
Ctrl+Shift+[ – Next tab
Ctrl+Shift+] – Previous Tab
Ctrl+Shift+S – Save As
Shift+F1..F6 – Change Workspace
Ctrl+Shift+Z – Redo
Ctrl+Shift+Alt+’ – Previous Pane
+/- – Zoom in/Zoom out
A – Alpha
B – Blue
C – Razor selected
E – Clipping Warning
F – Zoom to fit
G – Green
H – Zoom to fill
I – Mark in point
J – Play backward
K – Pause
L – Play Forward
O – Mark out point
R – Red
V – Display the version selecter
W – Wipe
Y – Luma
PgUp – Next Layer
PgDn – Previous Layer
Return – Swap A/B Inputs
Left Arrow – Frame Backward
Right Arrow – Frame Forward
Ctrl+Shift+1 – Zoom to actual size
Ctrl+Shift+2 – Zoom to half size
Ctrl+Shift+F – Full Quality 1:1
Ctrl+Shift+P – Ignore Pixel Aspect
Shift+I – In point
Shift+O – Out Point
D – Eanble/Disable selected clip instance
E – Cycle SlipClip and Slide Clip Tools
1 – Display in A Input buffer
2 – Displaay in B inputt buffer
F5 – Render all comp container
F7 – Render selected comp container
U – Mark Clip
Q – Cycle Move tools
R – Cycle Edit tools
T – Cycle Razor tools
V – Display the version selector
W – Cycle selection tools
Ctrl+I – Import files
. – Increse Gain
, – Decrese Gain
+/- – Zoom in/Zoom out
[/] – Toggle Left/Right toolbar
A – Alpha channel
B – Blue Channel
End – Go to last frame
F – Zoom to fit
F12 – Clear buffer and cache
Q – Toggle overlays
Tab – Toggle 2D/3D
R – Red Channel
Ctrl+P – Toggle Proxy
Shift+[ – Toggle Tip Toolbar
C – 3D Top View
S – Show Viewer settings
V – 3D perspective view
X – 3D rightside view
Z – 3D front view
Ctrl+Click – Rotate viewer on x,y axis
Alt+Click – Translate viewer on x,y axis
Shift+C – 3D bottom view
Ctrl+Shuft+Right Click – Rotate viewer on z axis
Shift+X – 3D left side view
Shift+Z – 3D back view
/ – Search by class/node name
Tab – Next control in properties
Enter – Choose selected menu item
Ctrl+Shift+A – Close all open properties panels
Shift+Tab – Move to previous control in properties
A – Frame all keyframes
C – Cubic Interpolation
F – Frame all selected keyframes

H – Horizontal Interpolation
K – Constant Interpolation
L – Linear Interpolation
Click – Select single point
Click and Drag – Select Region
Alt+’ – Show curve editor
Ctrl+E – Copy Expressions
Ctrl+L – Copy Links
Alt+Click and Drag – Pan
Ctrl+C/Ctrl+X/Ctrl+V – Copy/Cut/Paste
Tab – Increase Indentation
Ctrl+[/Ctrl+] – Load Previous/Next Script
Ctrl+Bkspace – Clear output window
Ctrl+Enter – Run Script in editor
Shift+Tab – Decrease Indentation
Ctrl+Shift+[/Ctrl+Shift+] – Increase/Decrease indentation of selected text

C – Switch Clone tool
D – Toggle Dodge/Burn
E – Increase feather on selected points
I – Pick color
N – Toggle Brush/Eraser
Return – Close Shape
Ctrl+A – Select All points
V – Toggle Bezier/B-Spline/Ellipse/Rectangle Tools
X – Toggle Blur/Sharpen/Smear tools
Z – Smooth selected points

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