Want to create an easy to install package so you can share your Fusion creations?
Then you’ll be interested in DRFX packages that are available since Resolve 17.2.
It’s super handy for sharing comps with other artists on your crew, installing your own presets on multiple machines, or making a product you can sell.
In this video from Core and Blue, you’ll learn about:
- 0:46 – Start of Tutorial
- 1:11 – Creating a simple Subscribe element
- 4:55 – Exporting the Macro template
- 5:29 – Creating a custom icon for the effect library
- 6:16 – What is a DRFX Bundle and how to make it?!
- 8:06 – Removing or editing a DRFX Bundle
- 8:31 – Conclusion