In this tutorial, we will be doing an introduction to basic motion tracking in DaVinci Resolve’s Fusion.
Tracking stock footage is a key tool for any VFX artist. So where do you start learning the basics? We’re so glad you asked…
Fusion is a node-based compositor that includes a 3D space. It is often used for color grading, VFX, and motion graphics. There are a ton of tracking/match-moving tools to be used in various fields of filmmaking. Motion tracking is just one of these many tools.
In this tutorial, we will be doing an introduction to basic motion tracking in DaVinci Resolve’s Fusion. Specifically, we will dive into the Tracker node and show how to track a planet from our Sci-Fi Planets collection into a scene.
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This Fusion tutorial will cover:
- How to remove black & white backgrounds from VFX stock footage.
- A brief look at several Merge operations; including Plus, Screen, & Multiply.
- How Shuffle Nodes work.
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