Using the edit page for resolve assets Titles, Lower 3rds and Bugs will give you extended functionality compared to the cut page. As you may know, Davinci Resolve edit page has full access to fusions effects engine.
We provide an installer for all our Titles, Lower 3rds and Bugs this makes the whole process easy. Davinci Resolve will need to be restarted after the installation for you to be able to see the titles in the effects library under Titles.
You can click on the star to highlight your favourites or right click on the title and select “add to favourites”. Favourites will show in the favourites panel on the left.
Drag & Drop a title or lower 3rd to your timeline and position the title as required, You may not see the title in your viewer as most titles and lower 3rds have an entry and exit animation. To make the title easier to edit move the CTI (current time indicator) to the centre of the title to see all the title.
Drag the title to your timeline
Move the CTI to the centre of the title
Editing titles and lower 3rds is easy, open the inspector panel. You will now have access to the title controls and the video controls.
You can now use the drop-down menus to customise your title. Each title and lower 3rd will have various options. See the list below for the basics.
Davinci Resolve uses your system fonts and therefore your chosen font must be installed.
We also add custom controls to supercharge the tile or lower 3rd. This gives you the ability to create your own custom asset.
Changing the duration of the title? The entry and exit animation will still work. (There is a minimum length, usually 1 second) Full-length animations will repeat as you extend the asset.
Power Bin Compatible
Our titles, lower 3rds and bugs are power bin compatible unless they have been specifically made for fusion only. We will include information in the pack description regarding compatibility.
Advanced LUA Script Accessible
We give you the ability to see under the hood of each asset by providing an open version of the LUA Script file. A great way to learn how a macro script works and learn how to change parameters and add functionality without opening Davinci Resolve.