Late last year, Blackmagic released Fusion 7, an extremely powerful node-based compositing and 3D animation software with a history of high-end use in Hollywood. Like they had done with DaVinci Resolve, the Blackmagic folks opted to offer a paid full version of the software, which comes in at $995, as well as a free version that is slightly limited in functionality, yet still incredibly powerful. The only problem? It was originally only released for the Windows operating system.
However, Blackmagic has been hard at work porting the software over to OSX, and a nifty video (which unfortunately I can’t embed here) shows that a fully-fledged Mac version of Fusion is closer than we might think.