Reactor 2.0 for Resolve and Fusion released
We Suck Less has released Reactor 2.0, a new open source package manager for Fusion and Divinci Resolve. The free application is designed to streamline the installation, distribution and management of 3rd party content for Fusion through the use of packages that are synced with an online Git repository. It allows users to install 3rd part scripts, plugins and other content with just a few clicks, and because it it synced to an online repository, it’s easy to keep plugins up to date.
New features in version 2, in addition to adding support for DaVinci Resolve, includes shorter startup times, better error handling, a new status column for displaying compatibility with the host application, and several tools for aid installing tools locally.
It also bring substantially shorter startup times and improved error handling and logging. A new Status column shows compatibility with the host application and several new tools have been created to aid with managing local tool installs. A full change log is available on We Suck Less.
In addition to changes to the plugin, new content is also available. A new Resolve Essentials package makes using DaVinci Resolve easier by restoring several features missing from Fusion Standalone. MediaOutUltra enables the user to export multi-channel EXR imagery and other formats to disk from the Fusion page.
The GUI for the Atomizer package editor has been updated and editing has been improved including the addition of command line support. Notepad++ for Fusion provides a version that works with syntax highlighting, and a the “Sqlite3” atom adds the ability to read raw data stored in a DaVinci Resolve 15 project file database from the command prompt and in scripts.