IS FUSION GOOD FOR MOTION GRAPHICS? – DaVinci Resolve Tutorial For Beginners

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***Before We get into it. If you’re looking for a definitive answer, then… stop watching… these are my thoughts and you’ll probably not like all of them***

Today we look at a heated topic: Is Fusion Good For Motion Graphics? This is something that people might be divided on, and that’s okay. This is an opportunity to take a look at some reason why I use it vs other programs, and a chance to gripe about feature I wish existed (maybe they will in the future!)

***WITH THAT SAID***

Why I think it’s useful:
1) Easy to swap elements – dog pics
2) great to edit in timeline – NEW INSTANCES
3) easy tracking – backpack

STUFF THAT COULD BE BETTER
– import illustrator projs but svg import
– audio is difficult – but workarounds

4) easy 3d – title
5) easy particles
6) Templates
7) Can copy/paste text.

With that out of the way, thank you for turning into another video. I know this one started out as more of a opinion piece, but I hope that you were able to learn a few things about Fusion that you might not have been aware of.

If you’d like more of this kind of video, please check out some of our other tutorials! And share them with people! Sharing is caring.

Make a Pop Animation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ATqMHjPdJ4
Adjust Timing in Fusion: https://youtu.be/08vuDDtMkLo


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