Using Resolve Fusion (free version) to save masks

The video is lengthy, allow 2 minutes with fast forwarding, or 6 minutes with patience listening to my dialog about how it works and what to expect. This is updated, we bring in the footage, switch to Fusion, create the Robotbot_Segmentation node, followed by a ChannelBoolean to copy the red channel to the alpha, create a Saver.. then preview the result on the ChannelBoolean, before saving the sequence to disk.

Using Fusion within Resolve to create a Saver node to write Rotobot’s Mask to disk, in an RGBA OpenEXR.

Demonstrating the same thing is possible on Windows 10, using the Fusion Module for Resolve.

Same again, but using a “Saver” node which is designed for the job, Slower Windows 10 machine.