June 12, 2015 at 10:35AM, Edited June 12, 10:36AM

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Blackmagic Fusion education

Wanted to share this here. I'm in a lull right now between VFX-intense projects, so I'm taking some time to get acquainted with Fusion to give the program (and the scary world of node-based compositing*) a shot.

I've watched a bunch of YouTube videos and found cmivfx.com through the Fusion forums. But, by far, the best training I've found has been the Fusion learning path at Digital Tutors.

http://www.digitaltutors.com/learningpath/84-How-to-Get-Started-in-Fusion

Especially if you get through it all in less than a month, it's worth the money, without a doubt.

Anyway, if you're in the same boat as me and want to get familiar with Fusion, I recommend skipping over the lesser stuff out there and go for Digital Tutors.

*It's not that scary once you get used to it, and it's pretty easy to get used to it.

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Thanks! I wanted to get an overview of Fusion, your post is just in time! Thanks!!!

June 21, 2015 at 8:02PM

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Alex Zakrividoroga
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Thanks for sharing, i really appreciate it.
https://www.vcetests.com/70-410-vce.html

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