2 Basic Questions for Fusion

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IsraEliteMedia

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2 Basic Questions for Fusion

PostSun Apr 05, 2020 9:11 am

So, I have quite a bit of experience in other compositing programs like AE and Combustion.

In Fusion, how do you slo-mo a clip?

In Fusion, how do you change the starting point of a single clip in a composite. Not the length of the total composite. I just want to start one clip 45 frames later but nothing doing.

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Re: 2 Basic Questions for Fusion

PostSun Apr 05, 2020 10:53 am

Hi,

are you talking about Fusion Standalone or Fusion-in-DaVinci?

If you are in DaVinci, you could right-click on your clip on the edit page and choose "Change clip speed".
In Fusion Standalone you can add the node "Miscellaneous -> TimeSpeed".

For a changing starting point of one clip you could open the "Keyframes" panel and either keyframe your effect, or drag the start and end of your single clip.
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Re: 2 Basic Questions for Fusion

PostSun Apr 05, 2020 12:25 pm

Hi Thomas, thanks for the quick response! To be precise, I am trying to work in Fusion inside of Davinci Resolve, not the stand-alone version.
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