Blackmagic Fusion和Resolve有什麼區別?


總體上來說,我對視頻製作一無所知,但希望從中獲得更多收益。不過,對於某些軟件解決方案,我有些困惑。我已經看到Blackmagic的產品DaVinci Resolve和Fusion受到了很好的評價,人們說它們可以很好地協同工作,但是我還不足以確切地告訴他們兩者之間的區別。

我的問題是:每個產品覆蓋哪些特定領域?換句話說,vs。vs. Resolve中完成了哪些視頻編輯任務?它們如何相互補充?另外,僅這兩個軟件就足以製作一部完整的電影嗎?(我特別想知道音頻和CGI ...)


I have been using BlackMagic Design Davinci Resolve for sometime and here's a small bit of information which I can share with you.

Davinci Resolve is a video editing software. You can do editing, transitions, world's best colorgrading, audio adjustments and exporting the video from this one software. Davinci Resolve is a complete video editing suite with every every feature that you would require to edit and complete a video. Basically, Davinci Resolve is equivalent to all of Video Editing software in Adobe Video Editing Suite.

Fusion is also offered by BlackMagic Design but in two ways. Fusion comes as a standalone software but also comes integrated in Davinci Resolve. Fusion is like AfterEffects in Adobe ecosystem. You can make effects, transitions, 2D and 3D animations and a lot more. The stand alone Fusion have a bit more features at the moment but the fusion which comes integrated in Davinci Resolve is getting better with every update.


Firstly - Davinci Resolve (since v15) now includes Fusion as a sub-tool. Additionally some component features of Fusion are embedded within the Resolve interface and conversely some features of Resolve are accessible from within the Fusion tool.

So ... I will try and answer below - as if Resolve did not include any Fusion components:

Resolve has its well established roots in Color Grading, but both applications are ultimately editing and compositing tools which can generate, combine and manipulate source material to create desired visual & audio output. Resolve is targeted at Ease of Use, Media handling, Video Editing, Compositing, Color Grading, Audio Engineering, Audio/Video Effects and Content Delivery. Whilst Fusion is targeted at advanced 2D & 3D Compositing, Visual effects and Motion Graphics.

Fusion is a more complicated tool and typically is slower to work with, but provides advanced functionality, precision, programming and control in the areas of VFX and MG. There are many end-to-end Audio/Video production scenarios where Fusion would not be required.

Typical Use Cases:

Resolve (minus Fusion):

  • Producing simple videos from source material
  • Editing complex video sequences
  • Color Grading / Color Correction (Simple -> Advanced)
  • Audio Engineering
  • Transcoding & Final Delivery
  • Applying Audio/Video effects to existing footage

Fusion (standalone):

  • Creating/Applying simple Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI)
  • Generating/Applying advanced 2D and 3D Video Effects (VFX)
  • Creating/Applying Motion Graphics (Animated Titles and Wurly Spinny things)

Fortunately - Resolve now includes Fusion - so you get the best of both worlds integrated in one hugely powerful application package.

And yes - you can complete an entire Film 'Movie/Short Film/Video' using just Davinci Resolve and Fusion tools.

** Fusion is also available as a standalone product, but the features & functionality of the standalone product are almost entirely available within Davinci Resolve.