Fusion Point Tracking Tips

Basic tracking is fairly simple. But not all footage is simple to track, especially when objects pass behind others or go off screen.

To deal with these challenges, you’ll need to dive in to some more advanced techniques to edit or delete keyframes, re-track, or try gradient extrapolation.

Once that’s done you’ll be able to add some callout text, or anything else, to the tracker position.

You can even use the Tracker Offset position so your text is a set distance away from the tracker.

In this video from Creative Video Tips, you’ll learn about:

  • 00:00 Resolve Fusion Point Tracking Pro Tips
  • 01:52 Fusion Point Tracking
  • 06:05 Manual Move Track Point
  • 07:21 Tracking Behind Objects
  • 09:26 Gradient Extrapolation
  • 11:04 Merge Text Callout
  • 15:27 Separate Fusion Graphics Alpha

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  1. Excellent tutorial. Even better after I joined the Cutting Club and followed along with the actual footage.
    Admittedly, DVR acted a little differently in some spots but the end result was the same.


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