The Free Public Beta of Fusion 8 for Windows AND Mac is here

August 28, 2015
by Joe Marine, nofilmschool

Blackmagic Fusion 8 Public Beta

Blackmagic Fusion 8 Public Beta
The public beta of Fusion 8 for Windows and Mac is here.

The compositing and 3D application used by a number of Hollywood films was purchased by Blackmagic about a year ago, and they released version 7 for free, along with a $1,000 studio version containing more advanced features and options. While version 7 was only available on Windows, version 8 is now available for both Windows and OS X, and the $1K studio version will be available for Windows, Mac, and Linux when it’s finally released.

Here’s a general overview of Fusion from Rick Young:

 

For a whole lot more on this article from Joe Marine and to download the beta software, click here.  Head on over to the Fusion page to download.

Per the Blackmagic website:

The world’s most advanced visual effects
and motion graphics solution!

Fusion is the world’s most advanced compositing software for visual effects artists, broadcast and motion graphic designers and 3D animators. With over 25 years of development, Fusion has been used on over 1000 major Hollywood blockbuster feature films! Fusion features an easy and powerful node based interface so you can construct complex effects simply by connecting various types of processing together. That’s super easy and extremely fast! You get a massive range of features and effects included, so you can create exciting broadcast graphics, television commercials, dramatic title sequences and even major feature film visual effects!

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