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is resolve + fusion better than premiere + AE?
I feel like resolve is better than premiere for the most part, but fusion is lacking compared to after effects (or I'm too retarded to figure it out)
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>>431905
Yes it is.
Any respectable video editor software is node based.
Adobe is cope.
Nuke3D is the standard for a reason.
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Literally everything is better than Premiere.
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>>431950
how do i learn to actually do anything remotely good? I couldn't find anything to help, while there's a lot about AE
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>>431964
Black magic has training resources. Start with their videos.
You can also try YouTube.

https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/training
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Bumperino
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>>431964
Unironically, weebs seem to be on the vanguard of Resolve Fusion tuts

https://www.youtube.com/c/PeeJENT

If you want anything less cringy, try the official resources, as >>431968 said



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