Ignite Pro not compatible with Fusion Studio 9.0.2 - causes error dialog each time you open Fusion

BarkinMaddBarkinMadd Website User Posts: 2
edited November 2018 in Ignite

I was a bit disappointed that Ignite does work in Fusion Studio (although it does seem to work in the Fusion page in Resolve 15.2).

My real ask is to be able to silence the annoying message in Fusion Studio (which I realize is not something FXHome can do anything about, specifically, until they decide to support Fusion - perhaps never).

At any rate, after searching the internet for a bit I found a posting (www.steakunderwater.com) that explains how to create an OFX blacklist for Fusion so that you can block Fusion from even trying to load certain OFX bundles. I'm on Windows 10 so my explanation here is specific to that platform.

First - Look for a folder in:

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Blackmagic Design\Fusion\Profiles\Default

Create a notepad file in this location called:

FusionOFX.blacklist

(you can create the .txt file and then rename the extension to 'blacklist')

Edit this file and add two lines plus two additional empty lines as follows:

C:\Program Files\Common Files\OFX\Plugins\IgniteCore.ofx.bundle
C:\Program Files\Common Files\OFX\Plugins\IgnitePro.ofx.bundle

<empty>

<empty>

 

Save this file. This tells Fusion Studio which specific OFX bundles to ignore.

 

This blacklist does not affect the Fusion page in Resolve 15.2 - so at least some of the Ignite Pro effects work there (I haven't done much testing so take this new with a grain of salt).

 

Let me know if this was already common knowledge here.

 
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