A button can run any OS command, so you can do alot. I am however going to keep this practical and for all the people out there that make macros for others.
I have been using DaVinci Resolve Fusion for a few years now and each project requires different settings to speed up the workflow. In this article I will go through my favourite settings for DaVinci Resolve Fusion.
These videos are a teaser of the full course which is available to members.
Today we are talking about String Theory so we will be focusing on Text. I picked this subject as it is a very popular form of graphic in a project.
The edit box in this tab is where the text to be created is entered. Any common character can be typed into this box. The common Windows clipboard shortcuts (Ctrl+C to copy, Ctrl+X to Cut, Ctrl+V to paste) will also work, however right-clicking on the edit box displays a custom windows context menu.
Davinci Resolve is a powerful Video NLE with a huge array of tools, the problem a lot of people encounter is the lack of information beyond the basics.
A collection of simple expressions for use in the fusion page.
Mattes can be used in various and sometimes unthought of ways to stylize and create effects. I will talk about some of the most popular mattes but if after reading this article you have a different use for mattes then please comment and share.
Davinci Resolve introduced the DRFX format for installing FX, which is great for installing “Bundles”. Bundles are multiple effects which can even contain media, this solves the problem of media offline when importing your logo stinger.
These quick and easy to use templates can be used for a wide range of effects, show openers, over the shoulder, intro’s, outro’s and lots more…