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End Screens One

£11.99 £3.60

End Screens One contains 13 dynamic looking and stylish animated ending screens for Davinci Resolve. You can change colours and other properties in the inspector. A wonderful way to display your unboxing, skits, end screens, social media videos, music clips, self-improvements, how to’s and product review videos. They are perfect for the end of any video and work the same way titles do.

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End Screens One contains 13 dynamic looking and stylish animated ending screens for Davinci Resolve. You can change colours and other properties in the inspector. A wonderful way to display your unboxing, skits, end screens, social media videos, music clips, self-improvements, how to’s and product review videos. They are perfect for the end of any video and work in the same way that Davinci Resolve Titles do.

  • Drag & Drop
  • Easy to Use
  • Customisable in the Inspector
  • Responsive
  • FPS Independent
  • Version Control
  • Power Bin Compatible
  • Video Holder Controls

Each title has typography controls

  • Text
  • font
  • font-weight
  • colour

Ability to change the “Background” colour as well as “Global Positioning” allowing adjustment of

  • Position
  • Size/Scale
  • Angle

Simple, powerful and flexible! Powered by your imagination…..

The titles are built at 8 seconds long, you can change the length and they will respond.

Compatible with

Davinci Resolve 16.2.* Free Version
Davinci Resolve 16.2.* Studio Version

Davinci Resolve 17.0 Beta Free Version
Davinci Resolve 17.0 Beta Studio Version

Windows installer included for easy installation.

Manual Installation.

Windows OS Unzip the “Title Pack” to your desktop. Open the folder and copy the “.settings” files to your Davinci Resolve “Title” folder. There is more than one location but the easiest is “C:Program\FilesBlackmagicDesign\DaVinciResolve\Fusion\Templates\Edit\Titles” Once you have copied the “.settings” file into the Davinci Resolve title folder you no longer need the original folders. However, we recommend you archive the zip file.

Mac OS Unzip the “Title Pack” to your desktop. Open the folder and copy the “.settings” files to your Davinci Resolve “Title” folder. There is more than one location but the easiest is Library>Application Support>Blackmagic Design>Davinci Resolve>Fusion>Templates>Edit>Titles Once you have copied the “.settings” file into the Davinci Resolve title folder you no longer need the original folders. However, we recommend you archive the zip file.

Manual Installation Video

Windows Installation Video