So I hope this gives you a great intro to compositing in Fusion. If you're intimidated by nodes, just keep using them go back and look at the lessons where we talk about each kind of specific node and eventually you're gonna get it. It took me a little while to kinda get used to compositing this way but now I can't imagine doing it any other way. So open up Fusion, grab some footage from the internet go out and shoot something, bring it into Fusion and see what you can do, see if you can combine it with other things or make certain effects that you want pretty much your imagination is the only limit and the more experience that you get working with Fusion the more comfortable you're going to be and the more cool stuff that you can do. If you wanna learn more about Fusion, I do have quite a few YouTube videos including a massive crash course on how Fusion works and a little bit more detail on exactly how to use nodes so make sure to go and check that out. Also, I have a couple other cla...
sses here on CreativeLive going through Resolve as a whole as well as a really cool color correction class so make sure to check that out as well. So that about does it for me, my name again is Casey Faris thank you so much for watching.
Casey Faris is a self-described "video nerd" who creates tutorials and vlogs about video editing, color correction, and all things related to post-production for the 250,000+ subscribers to his YouTube channel.
This is a great course. I'm an absolute beginner to Fusion (although I know a bit about the editing within Resolve). The course walks its students through the basics in a very easy-to-understand process. I feel confident that I can now use Fusion effectively for my videos.