This is a video showing how to open and edit ProRes files in AVID Media Composer 5.5 using Avid’s AMA feature. It allows you to edit very quickly without having to transcode. Video created by Luis Sierra of Chesapeake Systems
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Since being introduced in 2009, the AMA architecture has been expanded in Media Composer© 5.0 to include even more file-based formats. Now in MC5 users can directly link to and have immediate access to formats such as RED©, QuickTime© with H.264, QuickTime with ProRes, Canon’s new XF plug-in, the P2 DVCPRO© format, XDCAM HD, as
NOTE: I had to trim this video down severely because of Youtube length limitations. See the full episode at http://avidscreencast.com/asc36 With Media Composer 5, you can access Quicktime and R3D files natively using AMA (provided you have the horsepower). In this episode, I’ll show you how to link to AMA volumes, change the R3D source
Avid’s Matt Feury interviews Editor Jason Stewart (Minute to Win It, World’s Greatest Dad) about the latest Media Composer release (v5).