Fusion in DaVinci Resolve 16 and Fusion Studio 16 have almost the same interface, but there are reasons to use one over the other.
Resolve offers different ways to create Fusion comps and manage different versions. It all depends on your workflow. In this short tutorial, I am going over the different methods and explain which method is suitable for which workflow.
Create a simple camera controls overlay and use color, noise, and lens distort tools to get the low-quality look of a security camera within DaVinci Resolve.
Elliptical masks, animated blur and camera shake are all you need for this quick effect in Fusion. As a small bonus, I explain the instance copy and use an expression on a point variable. Even though that part is optional to make the effect work.
Use the Spline Editor from Fusion to animate a ResolveFX Camera Shake. This is a simple way to combine the editing effect from the Effects Library and utilize the enhanced controls that the Fusion page provides.
“Create complex shapes from simple transforms and use expressions in DaVinci Resolve / Fusion for customizable effects.
Creating masks and transforms is easy, getting the shapes and animation patterns you desire for motion graphics can be tricky.
In this tutorial, I am creating a Kaleidoscope effect. It will help you gain experience in creating custom shapes and transformations and you will see how you can tie tools together through simple expressions. “