VFXTutored Tutorials Starter Level Introduction

We all need to start from somewhere. And with any kind of training, you need to know the basics and tools first before you jump forward. This level does exactly that, it covers the basics and will speed up your user interface knowledge and orientation. Once you are familiar of the features and benefits, and you feel secure in these then you won’t be making any silly mistakes and wasting valuable learning time. The starter level is for those that are interested in a specific software but never had any hands-on experience with it. But it’s also for those that want to brush up on some of the tools in the software of their choice. You don’t have to be a novice in order to brush up on some basic skills, tools and techniques.

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VFXTutored Starter Level

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Click Below To View Your Fusion 9 Tutorials.

Choose Your Fusion 9 Starter Tutorials:

Whether you need to pull a key, track objects, retouch images, animate titles, or create amazing particle effects, Fusion has a massive toolset that lets you tackle the most demanding jobs. You get a true 3D workspace along with tools for compositing, keying, painting, animation, virtual reality, stereoscopic 3D and more. Fusion combines effects and motion graphics, along with 3D modeling and rendering into a single toolset. That means you can import and render 3D models and scenes with the rest of your composite in Fusion. You don’t have to pre‑render assets or transfer between multiple applications!

Tutorial Series 1

Introduction to Fusion Studio 9

In this introduction video for Fusion Studio 9, we will take our first steps in familiarizing ourselves with the interface of fusion. We will learn the 4 main windows of the software, how to add tools (also known as nodes) and how to import footage. We will also see how to work with the color inspector.


Tutorial Series 2

Introduction to Fusion Studio 16

Fusion Studio 16 is a major upgrade that brings all of the improvements made to Fusion inside of DaVinci Resolve to the stand alone version of Fusion. You get an updated and more modern user interface, along with dramatically faster performance. All 3D operations are GPU accelerated, making Fusion much more responsive and interactive. In addition, there are dozens of GPU accelerated tools such as time effects, dissolves, stereo tools, vector motion, corner pinning, color tools and more! B-spline and bitmap mask operations are accelerated, as are the planar and camera trackers. Improved memory management makes large compositions with high tool counts more reliable, making Fusion 16 dramatically faster and more stable than ever before!

Click Below To View Your PFTrack Tutorials.

Choose Your PFTrack Starter Tutorials:

Tracking professionals throughout the VFX industry regard PFTrack as the most innovative product of its kind. With unparalleled flexibility, functionality and precision, it is the go to matchmoving and layout software for a reason: It does what the competition can’t. Please choose the Tutorial that you are interested in.

Tutorial Series 1

Introduction to PFTrack

These Tutorials provide you with a detailed introduction to PFTrack, Image Modelling and its unique Photogrammetry tool set.


Tutorial Series 2

Nodal and Zoom Shots in PFTrack and Maya

These Tutorials provide you with a great understanding into the Nodal and Zoom shots, solving a camera with the Object tracking and Advanced camera solving.