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How to think out a Fusion Composition

Putting together a Node Tree in DaVinci Resolve

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Jan 2021

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What you will learn

After you complete this class you will understand how the four most commonly used nodes in Fusion work, you will know what each one of them does and how to combine them.


Description

If you watched every Resolve video there is and still haven't figured out which node to use when in your Fusion compositions, you've come to the right place.

In this course, you will learn how to work your way backward, from the final result you want to get to the nodes that make up a Fusion composition. After you complete this course, you will know how to put together a node tree to get the results you want.

In this course, we will put together a Dynamic Lower Third. Along the way, you will conduct two experiments to find out how certain parameters in the Inspector Panel affect the Rectangle node. Additionally, at the end of the course, I will pose a challenge; I want you to create a Video Title on your own using your newly acquired knowledge. The combinations of the experiments, the Lower Third we will put together, and the Video Title you will prepare on your own will give you the confidence to incorporate Fusion compositions in your everyday work.

So join me in this journey as we make use of the Background node, the Rectangle mask node, the Merge, and the Transform nodes to bring to life a dynamic lower third.

You will be able to use the methodology covered in this class in DaVinci Resolve versions 15, 16, and 17.


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How to think out a Fusion Composition
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Content

Welcome

Introduction

The Big Picture

Class Roadmap

The Project

Graphical Elements

Putting Together the Node Tree

Background and Rectangle Nodes

The Text Node

The Merge Node Part 1

First Experiment

The Merge Node Part 2

First Challenge

The Transform Node

Overview of the Complete Tree

Bringing the Background and Text

Incorporating the Slider

Keyframing the Tree

Keyframing Logic

Keyframing the Slider Entry

Keyframing the Background Entry

Keyframing the Text Entry

Keyframing the Exit

Finishing your Work

Adding the Final Touch

Saving for Reuse

Second Experiment

Second Challenge

Conclusion

Final Thoughts


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1/17/2021

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1/22/2021

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