If you have outgrown After Effects, or would like to try something else, then Fusion 8 might be a good choice. Fusion is a powerhouse and a workhorse compositing application boasting some terrific speed in more than a few areas.

But what about using Fusion 8 for Motion Graphics? Here, Rob Redman does a quick breakdown, offering an introduction to the 3D environment in Fusion, specifically for motion graphics.

the very very basics of getting started with motion graphics within Fusion

Rob covers the basics of getting started to create motion graphics in fusion 8, hopefully getting you over the intimidating learning curve of a node based compositor.

If you like the tutorial, it is important to note that Rob Redman has a Patreon page where you can contribute to creating more content like the one here.

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