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Fred The Fantastical
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08/02/2019 7:57 pm  

I just go started with da vinchi resolve 15  (which is really awesome) and it has a section for fusion but I can not find out how to add production crate effects in my video, when I import them they do not show up.


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David Blaker
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09/02/2019 9:29 am  

Welcome to the forums!

We too have discovered that Fusion does not yet support our asset codecs, but fear not - there is a workaround!

You can convert the effects to a PNG sequence (with the alpha channel enabled) and import this instead 😀 

We'll definitely be looking into hosting more file formats that more editing software can support, but in the meantime, let me know if you need help with anything!


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Fred The Fantastical
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11/02/2019 7:16 pm  

how to you import a png sequence in fusion? i can not select more than one image


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David Blaker
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12/02/2019 9:59 am  

Fusion should automatically detect where there is an image sequence  😀 

For example, if you select a file named "ExplosionVFX_001", the software will find the other files named "ExplosionVFX_002", "ExplosionVFX_003", "ExplosionVFX_004" and so on. The numbers at the end of each frame in a PNG sequence will be the order fusion takes in each frame. 


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Fred The Fantastical
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13/02/2019 4:57 pm  

I did some experimenting and found out that if you go to your profile settings, and make it so you only download the green screen mp3 files you can then key that out fast in fusion and composite in to your film a lot faster than with a image sequence.


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patrick
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31/03/2019 5:51 am  

You can just select "ZIP - PNG Sequence" as your download preference on the Member Settings Page. Then just unzip and drag and drop the folder into Fusion's timeline.


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