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    Fusion Tutorials

    I'm starting to do some fusion tutorials on my channel (previously had another channel with Nuke/Natron tutorials) and thought I'd start a thread here to share them. If anyone has suggestions for things you'd like to see, let me know.
    -El

    Nodes for Beginners


    Sky Replacement with PERFECT edges (NO HALOS!)


    Planar Tracking


    VFX Then & Now (A Comparison)


    Lightsabers (Version 1)


    Keying LOG in Fusion


    Why your shot may be black


    Why your color node isn't working right with alphas


    A Video Copilot classic, in Fusion!


    Matte Painting Speed Comp


    007 James Bond Gun Barrel


    Make a Boring Shot Better!


    Object Removal with Projection Mapping
    Last edited by El Director; 01-27-2022, 04:38 PM.
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    #2
    Very nice. Great pace. Thanks.
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      #3
      Good job. Subscribed. Most times I look at a Fusion tutorial it is well beyond my skills, but you have done an excellent job to hitting my level of understanding.

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        #4
        Thanks guys. More coming soon.
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        Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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          #5
          Thanks, very useful. Subscribed.

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            #6
            Oh I get it - your father or uncle invented Fusion - Dear Lord those are some serious skills. Thanks for sharing! Subscribing for sure.

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              #7
              I'm glad they'll be helpful! I previously worked as a VFX sup at a small Nuke house and I learnt/came up with a lot of tricks. It's fun figuring them out in Fusion now.
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              BMD URSA Mini 4K/Avid Media Composer/NukeX/Blender/Mixcraft/ProTools/Resolve Studio

              Feature Films
              Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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                #8
                You earned a new sub!

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                  #9
                  Added a new video to the first post. Basically, I was digging around an old hard drive for a movie I did 10 years ago and it inspired me to see how I did a shot back then in After Effects and then try the same shot today in Fusion.

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                  BMD URSA Mini 4K/Avid Media Composer/NukeX/Blender/Mixcraft/ProTools/Resolve Studio

                  Feature Films
                  Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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                    #10

                    One way to do lightsabers. I might show another approach in the near future.
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                    BMD URSA Mini 4K/Avid Media Composer/NukeX/Blender/Mixcraft/ProTools/Resolve Studio

                    Feature Films
                    Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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                      #11
                      If you're new to Resolve/Fusion and node based compositing, we break it down here. Hope it's helpful!

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                        #12
                        This tutorial is filled with tips - dealing with LOG footage, keying two types of footage, and using the "hidden" bins templates to generate quick effects. Use the chapters to navigate if you want.

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                        Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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                          #13
                          If you're getting a black shot from Fusion in your Resolve timeline, this may be why

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                          Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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                            #14
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                            Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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                              #15
                              Nice and clear visually in the way you step through things. The pacing is about to where if on a grumpy day I think it's going too quickly, I can always hit pause and back up. I do that a lot anyway.
                              Thank you, thank you, thank you for not inserting any music background. It's a tutorial - all of my attention is on what you're saying and what I'm seeing. No time for "hamster hip-hop" in my day. Your voice over hit a few random 'plosives especially on the word "problem" - so just create a way to say that word that tones down the p or do the old radio announcer's method - pronounce 'b' which is duller and most people's brains accept it as a 'p' in the context of the sentence. I wouldn't bother with a pop filter.
                              Last tip - when preparing to record the screen, change your mouse cursor to something larger and brighter that will make it easier to follow. e.g. I keep the arrow shape but select a larger bright yellow option.

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