The Foundry Nuke 11.1 [WiN x64]

By | August 14, 2022


Year/Date of Issue: 07.12.2017
Version: 11 Build 1
Developer: The Foundry Visionmongers Limited
Developer website:
Bit depth: 64bit
Interface language: English
Tabletka: present

Minimum requirements:

Intel Core 2 Duo processor or better.
5 GB for installation and temporary files.
8 GB of RAM.
Windows 7 x64 and up.
Display with a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels and 24-bit color.
Video card with 512 MB of memory supporting OpenGL 2.0.

See the official product page for recommended requirements and additional information (

Description: Nuke – a product of The Foundry, refers to the so-called “compositing” programs. The program is used to edit videos or sequences of images (sequences). It is used when processing, applying effects, final assembly, etc. of the captured video and film material, when creating commercials, cartoons, movies, and also for other tasks. The product is a clear representative of the node architecture, which explains its clarity and logic.
The program supports the ability to upgrade and create your own plugins (modules) using Python.


  1. In this distribution, the version is dated December 7, 2017. However, Foundry often releases updates, so I recommend downloading the latest version from the official website.
  2. Run and install Nuke11.1v1-win-x86-release-64 or the latest version you downloaded.
  3. Copy the RLM folder from the distribution to any local drive (C:\ or D:\ …). Run the rlm_install file as administrator (right click -> run as administrator). Wait until the message “The RLM License Server successfully installed” appears in the console window that opens and close the console window. This file installs the official license manager from Reprise ( and a text file with an unlimited license for Nuke, so viruses are excluded. The RLM folder can be deleted.
  4. Open the service manager (click on the “Start” button and then type “Services” on the keyboard – the corresponding shortcut will appear). Find the “RLM_License_Server” service. If it’s not running, then run it.
  5. Now you can start and work with Nuke!

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