One of the most powerful features of Fusion is that the parameters of a node can control another.
This can be done with creating an instance of a node, expressions, or other modifiers.
Here, we explore the simple ability to publish data from one node’s parameters, and then reference that in another node.
It’s a great way to have the background color of one node affect the text color of another. Or the size of one item affect the position of another.
You can do just about anything with it, and it’s a super handy tool for creating motion graphics.
In this video from JayAreTV, you’ll learn about:
- What we can do with linked values
- Publishing parameters
- Connecting a control to published data
Gedaly is the Managing Editor of DVResolve.com and a Blackmagic Design Certified Trainer. He’s edited commercials for major brands and has done color & VFX for independent films. He consults on post-production workflow and creating online education. Gedaly is the co-founder of Working.Actor, a former marketing manager for large brands, and creates original film projects with his production company Razee.