VFXPedia is a central resource for visual effects artists who use eyeon Software's Fusion, Generation, Dimension and Rotation to produce visual effects for film, broadcast and games, together with automated broadcast design. The main purpose of the site is to provide a place where Fusion artists can share and learn more about Fusion and compositing in general. Anyone can contribute knowledge, or even macros, compositions, scripts, tips and more.
You don't have to be logged in to read the VFXPedia but if you want to create your own content or edit what you find here, you will need to create an account.
While the links below are a good way to start exploring the VFXPedia, entering a search term into the search field on the left is probably the most efficient way to find information. If you can't find any information on the topic, consider creating a page and entering what YOU know about it. The next time someone searches for that topic, maybe they will be able to extend the page further. Staff at eyeon Software regularly patrols new pages, and we may have some information to contribute as well.