There are different ways how to bring clips over from Avid Media Composer to Adobe After Effects and back. I’m going to show you two methods that I like to use for this roundtrip. Buy me a coffee, If you enjoy my content: ➡️ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hansthee… ⬅️Thank you! 🙂 Chapters:0:00 Intro0:24 Method 1: Move clips manually
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These are two links to the AAF Export/Pro Import Import workflow which I just don’t see the practical daily workflow for… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqH48… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1AER… Learn AVID faster so you have time to drink morebeer! http://avidbeer.com
Avid Senior Solutions Specialist Corey Tedrow demonstrates roundtripping between Media Composer and Adobe After Effects. Watch more tutorial videos at http://www.avid.com/mc-tutorials
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe takes a look at creating a realistic camera shake effect. The only problem is the best way to do the effect is in After Effects, so, how to you take that information, and transfer it back to Media Composer so you can use it as an effect? That’s where
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe takes a look at an advanced technique after receiving an e-mail from a viewer who was having problems roundtripping his sequence from Media Composer to Adobe’s After Effects.
library.creativecow.net/mcauliffe_kevin/Avid-Media-Composer_87 In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe looks at creating a video wall inside of Adobe’s After Effects CC. Since every video wall needs videos clips as their base, Kevin starts out inside of Avid’s Media Composer, and does all the prep work there, and then switches over to AE CC to quickly and easily
library.creativecow.net/mcauliffe_kevin/Avid-Media-Composer_59 In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you a fantastic technique on how to revert your 1080i footage back to 23.98 fps for compositing in After Effects (assuming it was originally shot 23.98), and then how to render it out of AE to back to 1080i. No transcoding of footage is necessary, just a