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Where do I download the Fusion SDK for 9 and 16

PostWed Nov 06, 2019 10:01 am

Where can I find the SDK for Fusion (9 and 16), I can't find any links on the developer page, the support page, or the forum?

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Re: Where do I download the Fusion SDK for 9 and 16

PostWed Nov 06, 2019 11:14 pm

Hi Sven Neve

The Fusion SDK is no longer being made publicly available.

Both Resolve and Fusion (standalone) continue to support the OpenFX framework.
See: https://openfx.readthedocs.io/en/doc/index.html
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Re: Where do I download the Fusion SDK for 9 and 16

PostFri Nov 08, 2019 12:41 am

Where does that leave plugin developers who are currently using the Fusion 16 SDK?
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Re: Where do I download the Fusion SDK for 9 and 16

PostSun Nov 10, 2019 6:03 pm

Nothing has changed since BMD's acquisition of Eyeon. The Fusion SDK can be requested and requires signing an NDA (if you haven't done that already). There simply isn't a public download.

What this has to do with OpenFX I am not sure, perhaps Brendan was merely pointing out options.

OpenFX is a world of pain, though. Poor implementations, wonky compatibility, it essentially doesn't even offer the very reason for its existence (one format deploys on everything). It's good that Fusion/Resolve supports it, sure, but it holds no candle to native plugins and their scope.

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