April 12, 2019, 10:47 AM
To be honest, even though there is a lot of new stuff in Fusion 16 Studio, a lot of it is also going to be rather familiar; at least to Resolve users. Essentially what Fusion 16 does is bundle up all the improvements made to the version of Fusion that resides within Resolve and brings them to the standalone version for the first time (hence why Fusion has jumped from v9 to v16, to bring it into alignment with the marquee product).
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