In this very first video, we will show you on Camera Move PRO how easy the installation is of any transition pack from our store no matter if you are on the MAC or WIN machine. The difference in the installation is only between paths where you are copying the transition files. You will find these paths in the description under this tutorial. Also after copying the files, do not forget to reset your Davinci Resolve, and all the effects will appear in the fusion transition category inside the effects toolbar.

Windows default path to the transitions folder:
“C:\Program Files\Blackmagic Design\DaVinci Resolve\Fusion\Templates\Edit\Transitions”

MAC default path to the transitions folder:
“~/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Templates/Edit/Transitions”


This second tutorial will teach you how to modify our transitions and how to add sound effects to them. You will also learn that you can simply drag’n’scale transitions on the timeline as you like without any limits because they are fully responsive. In the end, your transition duration can be from just one frame up to the entire timeline. All the sounds are ready in different lengths from 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, and 3 seconds. If you need a longer sound effect, you can still retime the original ones.


In this last tutorial, we will show you what render cache is and how to set it up for smooth playback of the transitions on the timeline, and explain which transitions are hard to render and which ones are faster. This pack focuses on very high quality, realistic motion blur (no fake with spin and linear blur effects), extremely smooth animations, etc. Thanks to this, transitions are harder to render, but it is absolutely normal and it looks best of all for Davinci Resolve versions on the market. If you are working with the free version of Davinci Resolve, keep in mind that this version does not support GPU acceleration for all tools required by transitions. For this reason, renders take longer than they do using the paid Studio version.