How to Create Fusion Templates & Bundles with Custom Icons

Fusion now lets you create bundles for easy distribution of your presets!

If you’re sending comps to a team or creating macros to sell, this is a great functionality to take advantage of. Especially because a .drfx file is so easy to install.

In this video from VFXstudy you’ll learn:

  • 00:00 Introduction to templates
  • 01:09 Creating Keyframe Stretcher
  • 02:29 Media in Templates
  • 10:37 Adding Custom Icons
  • 14:48 Exporting Template Bundles

Pretty handy, huh? Enjoy making your .drfx bundles.

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  1. Hi, I’m working with the Studioversion 18.1 and which Youtube video I’m looking, there is a bin within Effects named “Templates” which my version didn’t have. When I look into the windows manager there is c://programme/Blackmagic Design/Davinci Resolve/Fusion/Templates but then no Fusion Folder with “setting” data.
    So I cannot save own Fusion templates (even if I create those folders they are not vissible in Resolve effects).


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