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Learn in this Tutorial how to build advanced custom transitions in Blackmagic Fusion 9. I start from Davinci Resolve, the Fusion part begins at: 03:12

Blackmagicdesign has introduced the Fusion bridge starting from Resolve v 12.5. It allows you to easily render clips out of resolve and bring them over to Fusion for compositing work. As demonstrated here, you can even use the functionality to bring multiple clips over at the same time, which are then merged on top of each other in Fusion.

The application I have chosen, and the focus of this video is to build an advance custom transition between two clips. Instead of doing a simple wipe, you can selectively transition individual foreground and background elements at different rates. To polish it, I also include a some color grading and some additional particle snow with Fusion’s 2d particles. The spline editor makes it easy to control all aspects of the animation to make sure that the first and the last frame of the animation remains fixed and the animation looks smooth in between.

External resources used in this Video:

Blackmagic Fusion 9 - Your Journey from Novice to Expert

Create stunning visual effects, photo-realistic composites, and 3D motion graphics using Blackmagic Fusion 9.

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