Fusion Background Node Forgets Resolution

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Derek Howard

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Fusion Background Node Forgets Resolution

PostThu Jan 21, 2021 11:15 pm

Running 17 Beta 7

I noticed that every time I start up Resolve and go back into a Fusion comp, every background node that is NOT set to "Auto Resolution" will have it's resolution reset to something super small like 300x200.

I have been able to successfully repeat this a few times. Thankfully the workaround is just to manually change them all back and that seems to work for the current session (you just have to do it every time you restart the project).
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Re: BUG: Fusion Background Node Forgets Resolution

PostFri Jan 22, 2021 5:16 pm

I use this feature extensively. I haven't yet seen it in any version of Studio Resolve for Windows.
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Derek Howard

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Re: BUG: Fusion Background Node Forgets Resolution

PostFri Jan 22, 2021 6:21 pm

Might just be a Mac problem. I haven't tried it on my Windows machine yet.

Sorry, I probably should have mention that I was on a Mac.
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Re: BUG: Fusion Background Node Forgets Resolution

PostSun May 16, 2021 7:11 pm

I've had this bug too, it's intermittent but only ever happens for me when I have a masked background node when the mask is generated from a PNG.
Windows 10 / RTX 2060 / 32GB Ram
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Derek Howard

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Re: Fusion Background Node Forgets Resolution

PostTue Jun 22, 2021 1:00 pm

The bug seems to still be there in version 17.2.1 (I'm running the Mac version)

Oddly, it seems to only happen for me on background nodes that are generated when I import an SVG.

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