Tag: basic

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Avid Screencast #22: Color Correction Basics I – Laying the Groundwork

Before we start color correcting a shot, a few words about scopes. http://avidscreencast.com/asc22 Here are direct links to the other tutorials in this series: Color Correction Basics Part1 Color Correction Basics Part2 Color Correction Basics Part3 Color Correction Basics Part4 Color Correction Basics Part5 Color Correction Basics Part6 Color Correction Basics Part7

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Avid Screencast #23: Color Correction Basics II – Manipulating Contrast

NOTE: I had to trim this video down because of Youtube length limitations. See the full episode at http://avidscreencast.com/asc23 Manipulate the contrast of an image with Avid Color Correction.   Here are direct links to the other tutorials in this series: Color Correction Basics Part1 Color Correction Basics Part2 Color Correction Basics Part3 Color Correction

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Customizing Your Avid Bin

A short video tutorial on how to customize views in your Avid Media Composer bin. To learn more things like this, go to PostFifthPictures.com

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Avid Screencast #10: Special Episode – Obscure Faces

  PLEASE NOTE: This is a special Christmas Episode, so… be prepared for that 🙂 Sometimes, you need to obscure the face of a person, be it for legal or aesthetic reasons. In this episode, we’ll do just that using a very special technique. Check out the blog entry for this week’s episode: http://avidscreencast.com/asc10

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Avid Screencast #06: Remap Your Keyboard!

In this episode, I’ll show you how to remap your keyboard and give you a couple of ideas on what functions to map to it. If this does not make you at least 10% more productive, I’ll refund your money. Check out the blog enry for this week’s episode: http://avidscreencast.com/asc06

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Episode Three: Toolsets

In this episode, we take a close look at Toolsets; what they are, how to configure them and how to link them to other settings.

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