An Introduction to Node-Based Compositing for Editors

Alan Edward Bell A.C.E. Offers Editors a Basic Introduction to Working With Node-Based Compositors.

The addition of a new Fusion tab in DaVinci Resolve 15 is sparking new interest in node-based compositing. Resolve comes with the Fusion visual effects and motion graphics suite built right in. That offers Resolve users over 250 tools for compositing, keying, rotoscoping, text animation, tracking, stabilization, particles and a whole lot more.

Curious about what Fusion in Resolve has to offer? Watch Feature Film Editor, Compositor, and Speaker Alan Edward Bell A.C.E. as he covers the very basics for video and film editors. Node-based compositing requires a different way of thinking, especially if you feel more comfortable with layer compositors like Adobe After Effects.