Here is an early access copy of the MediaOutUltra macro that is part of the upcoming "Reactor Essentials" atom package.
This node extends the features offered by Resolve's standard "MediaOut" node using custom UserControls based Lua script additions. This macro cannot be used in Fusion Standalone since it relies on a MediaIn node being present in the compositing environment. No tech support will be provided for this macro and it is provided on an **as is**
The "MediaOutUltra" macro provides a way to render a Resolve 15 Fusion comp to disk directly using the left or right viewer window graphics context. This allows you to bypass Resolve's Deliver page and render multi-channel EXR image sequences, along with other image formats to disk while staying inside of the Fusion page.
The macro renders the active Fusion page's renderable frame range using the current start frame and end frame range values.
The Render View
control lets you specify if the Fusion page "Right View
" or "Left View
" viewport window is used when saving the imagery to disk.
field expects the image filepath to be formatted like "/Volumes/Media/name.0000.ext". The "name.0000.ext" part of the filename is required due to a Lua pattern based filename replacement approach being is used to save the image sequence to disk.
You can use Fusion page based PathMaps for the output folder location but "Comp:/" is not a valid option since Resolve uses a database to hold a project which means it doesn't store any files in a composite centric folder.
control is what defines the number of leading zero digit padding characters added to the frame number in the filename.
The Sequence Offset
command allows you to shift the frame number value +/- in frames from the current Resolve timeline value. As an example this control would allow you to move the rendered image sequence to start numbering the frames at 1001 while Resolve has regular timeline starting value of 0.
The Purge Cache
checkbox should generally be left off. This control is only there for Windows users to experiment with if they are using a lot of Fuses and CustomTool nodes in their Fusion page composites and start running into memory caching problems. This control has not been tested extensively since the MediaOutUltra macro was written and tested primarily on macOS.
Render Through Viewer
To launch the render click the "Render Through Viewer
" button while viewing the output of this node in your viewer window.
Open Containing Folder
The "Open Containing Folder
" button allows you to quickly jump to the output folder.
Install this macro by copying the file to the Resolve user preferences PathMap folder location of:
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