Blackmagic Fusion:09 - 3D Compositing



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Offer ends 07 August 2020
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Online, self-paced
No formal qualification

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3D Compositing in Fusion:

This course will help you to learn about the fundamentals of 3D compositing using Fusion, this course will also demonstrate the user interface of Fusion along with features & applications.


This course will also help you to learn about how to perform keying, color correction, tracking and compositing in detail.

Few tutorials in the training are as below;

  • Creating 3D Shape
  • Toggle with View and Geometry axis
  • Assigning Material to geometry
  • Merge 3D
  • Fundamentals of Light
  • 3 Point Light setup in 3D Scene
  • Setting up the camera for final output

Course Objective:

  • Learn the features & applications of Fusion for visual effects
  • Learn effective usage of Fusion for 3D compositing

Target Customers:

  • Motion designers
  • Animators
  • Visual and graphic experts


  • Passion to Learn and apply
  • Basic Knowledge about a composting software

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