2 weeks ago
Can somebody please help me out here?
I know, that - in short - the workflow of editing a Fusion file is a nightmare, but can somebody tell me if there is faster way to make multiple edits in a single movie file?
Let's say I have a movie file with a duration of 2 minutes and let's say I want to cut 3 fragments of 20 secs out of these 2 minutes.
Right now, I make 3 copies of the orginal file, and then I can make 3 different fragments of 20 secs with their specific settings and then I render the 3 fragments. When I put the first fragment in the render queue and start working on the second fragment, without making a copy first, it overrides the first fragment.
I know that I can always stitch the whole 2 minutes movie file first in Fusion Studio and then import it into Premiere Pro and do the editing there (still I have to make copies of that file when I am taking several fragments out of that file).
I hope that I am making myself a little bit clear and I hope that somebdoy can tell me if this is the right path (although I know it is quite a complicated path), or better, is it the fastest way?
a week ago
Is Fusion Studio 1.4 already available? When I open the 1.3 version, it states that it is searching for an update, but no update is installed. I sure hope, that there are a lot of improvements in 1.4!!!
a week ago
There is a newer version of Fusion Studio, Newer plugin's for Adobe Premier and Newer Firmware for the GoPro Fusion.
The information can be found here:
a week ago
I have had no issues with this Beta firmware on the camera, but there are some things to note:
A: The firmware will set your camera defaults to 5.6K @ 24FPS. You can change back to 5.2K @ 30FPS via the app or via the camera.
B: The GoPro App does not allow you to select the 5.6K @ 24FPS as it's not been updated with those settings yet. So if you want to change the settings from 5.2K @ 30FPS back to 5.6K @ 24FPS, then you will need to do this directly via the camera settings buttons.
C: The new plugin's finally work with Adobe Premier 2019! This was a huge reason for me installing the beta firmware.
I have completed 2 tests of the new settings if you want to view them before updating.