Reactor, open source package manager for Fusion
We Suck Less has released Reactor, a new open source package manager for Fusion and Fusion Studio.
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.
The initial release allows users to automatically download and install many well respected tools, including a Fusion Cryptomatte implementation by Cedric Duriau and Kristof Indeherberge, Krokodove plugins from Komkom Doorn, a Fusion 3D water setup as seen in Roland Emmerich’s Anonymous from Uncharted Territory, tool collections by Muse VFX to create glitch and other effects plus many popular tools chosen from the We Suck Less community including KAK, Time Machine and Tracker functionality extensions.
Andrew Hazelden has been recreating legendary Fusion Easter Eggs with fun and educational scripts to complete this first release. More is promised for the future. In addition to the ability to download and maintain plugins, Reactor also enables users to contribute their own content. The Atomizer Package Editor, enables users to modify and or create new packages that can be shared through the reactor software. Reactor can be downloaded and used for free.
Find out more from the We Suck Less website.