It’s important to understand terms like AMA Linking, Consolidating, Transcoding and Importing when working with Avid. Today we want to talk about some basics and how to get your footage into Media Composer. Follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hanstheeditor You have an Avid Media Composer tutorial request? Send me a message!
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe answers a viewers question about how to Offline 4K Red footage in HD, and then relink to your original RAW footage to finish and export your final master. To make matters a little more difficult, we’re going to use clips with different frame rates, but with the newest version
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe wraps up his talk on Vertical Video projects for delivery to clients like Snapchat or clients that advertise via Digital Signage. We cover transcoding your clips, exporting from Media Composer and how to you can quickly compress your files via Adobe Media Encoder so, in many cases, you can
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe discusses how edit a Vertical Video project for applications such as Snapchat. This tutorial was inspired by a discussion on the Avid Editors of Facebook page, and is an important one, as with the move to more and more vertical applications such as digital signage and mobile, you’ll find
Media Composer 8.6 introduced a change in the way we use Link to add clips to our bin. If you have been a Media Composer user for awhile you will probably remember AMA LINK. Then AMA LINK was changed to simply LINK in our context menu. Now, we access LINK through the Source Browser. The
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe goes in-depth with the new Source Browser import/linking tool inside of Media Composer 8.6. Not only does he give you the in’s and out’s of this awesome new feature, but he also shows you how working with elements from Rampant Design Tools have become super easy, not only with
This video shows how to export your footage using Tentacle Sync Studio’s AAF export function to get it into Avid Media Composer.
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.
Welcome to the second episode of our 5-part tutorial series ‘Get Started Fast with Media Composer for High-Res Workflows’ on Avid Blogs. This lesson focuses on the core concept of linking and transcoding, and everything an editor or assistant editor needs to know to make sure their media appears properly, and in the right codec
Presented by: Daniel Huber For all Media Composer users, learn how to overcome common color space challenges by examining RGB and 601/709 color mapping. Learn how to properly represent and maintain color values when importing, exporting, or linking to sources. And recognize the differences when media is displayed on source, record, and client monitors.
Ian Nicholson of the Sydney Short Film School explains how to sync video and audio footage using Avid Media Composer. The Sydney Short Film School runs an affordable Short Film Master Class at the Australian Cinematographers Society HQ in North Sydney. Visit http://www.sydneyshortfilmschool.com
If you’re not getting what you need to succeed—or you’re a former Avid user who switched (we’d love to have you back)—join award-winning editor Kevin P McAuliffe to get started fast. In the first of our “Get Started Fast with Avid for Final Cut Pro 7” tutorials, Kevin P McAuliffe takes you through the basics
In the fourth of our “Get Started Fast with Avid Media Composer 7” tutorials, we’re ready to give your projects a professional polish with eye-catching effects. In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe demonstrates basic transitions, like dissolves and color flashes. Then, he takes effects to the next level with the 3D Warp tool. Kevin shows
In the second of our “Get Started Fast with Avid Media Composer 7” tutorials, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how to get your footage into Media Composer. Whether you’re digitizing from tape, importing media from another NLE or compositing application, or AMA linking to it, this lesson will get your footage ready to edit in