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Node-Based VFX Fusion ( for free)

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FYI people

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/fusion/


The website has a free version of Fusion 9 the latestnode-based VFX software. You can have Fusion 9 to play with. It doesn't havethe Pro effects which will cost you another $300, but hey, what’s to lose?

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Interesting, thanks for sharing...
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In addition to Fusion which is free up to uHD resolution there is Resolve which is a very good editorial and grading software, also free up to uHD resolution. Both are great for transcoding also.

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In addition to Fusion which is free up to uHD resolution there is Resolve which is a very good editorial and grading software, also free up to uHD resolution. Both are great for transcoding also.

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