5 Easy Fusion Editing Techniques in Davinci Resolve

5 Easy Fusion Editing Techniques in Davinci Resolve

This webinar is a node-based editing tutorial intended to showcase 5 ways to use Fusion inside Davinci Resolve. Includes continuous blurring, secondary color grading, and more. We hope you enjoy and learn a lot!

Topics included in this video:
– Using Plano tracker node for in-image blurring continuity
– Motion vector tracking
– Correcting blown out colors within images
– Screen replacement
– Using Occusion Mask & Time Stretch tools for object removal within images

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