We Suck Less is an online community around the compositing program Fusion, which is currently being integrated into Blackmagic's DaVInci Resolve. A powerful tool called Reactor was created in this community some time ago. This is an open source package manager for Fusion, which is now also available under DaVinci Resolve 15 with version 2.0.
Reactor reduces the installation, distribution and management of Fusion AdOns to a few mouse clicks. Scripts are called "Atom" packages under Fusion and (be) are often found in online git repositories. Reactor allows you to install third-party Fusion content such as scripts, backups, macros, templates, and titles with a single click instead of manually downloading, copying, and editing individual files.
But not only the support for DaVinci Resolve is new. Reactor 2.0 is also expected to result in significantly shorter startup times and improved error handling and logging. A new Status column synchronizes with the current git versions and indicates compatibility with the host application. Several new tools have also been integrated to facilitate the management of local tool installations.
Highlights of the available content in Reactors Update Release include a new "Resolve Essentials" atom that makes it easier to use DaVinci Resolve 15 by restoring some missing Fusion standalone features. A new MediaOutUltra node allows writing multi-channel EXR images and other formats directly to the hard disk within the Fusion page.
The Atomizer package editor also receives an update with a redesigned user interface and improved atom editing features including command line support. A new "Notepad++ for Fusion" Atom offers an easy-to-install version of Notepad++ that works with syntax highlighting of Fusion functions. A new "Sqlite3" atom allows reading raw data stored in a DaVinci Resolve 15 project file database from the command prompt and in scripts.
Reactor and installation instructions are now available at download here. The public content repository can be found at here on GitLab.