Everything you need to make tutorials, FOR FREE! Free screen recorder, free ASIO audio recorder, free video editor! This video focuses on recording audio tutorials from a DAW like Pro Tools and/or plugins. But, everything you learn will apply to normal screen recordings too. THE ULTIMATE TUTORIAL ABOUT HOW TO MAKE TUTORIALS – FOR
Ignite Express is FREE video effects package that will work with Media Composer, Premiere Pro, Final Cut, and other NLE’s. You will get blurs, color correction, color grading, lights and flares, grunge, stylize effects and a bunch more. A package of this size would usually cost $500 when talking about VFX for Media Composer, these
If you use the Avid Application Manager (AAM) to download or update Pro Tools, Media Composer, or AAX plug-ins, it’s essential to know where those files are downloaded. ?Location: C:\AvidDownloads\ ..folder. Make sure you have ‘Show Hidden Items’ checked. In the folder you will find a ‘Download’ folder (where files are downloaded) and an ‘EX’
Not many editors seem to know about top and tail editing. Boiled down, a top edit cuts out everything to the left of the play head*, and a tail edit cuts everything on the right (*up to the next edit point) and everything will shuffle down. This is often MUCH faster than using In and
Media Composer will let you customize the interface with different colors for many things. One of those is the color of your bins where your clips reside. When you have several bins, it can be helpful to quickly locate the correct bin when you have them color coded. Perhaps blue for video clips, red for
This shortcut is not fancy, it doesn’t make your clips look better, but it can potentially save you a ton of time and work. Ctrl + S (Win) Command + S (Mac) SAVE! Make this shortcut muscle memory! You never know when you will encounter a crash or a freeze, and there is no reason
Avid Media Composer works differently from Adobe Premiere, Hitfilm, Final Cut, and every other NLE. Once you understand the basic concept of Media Composer, you will understand it fully. The secret, the KEY, to understanding Media Composer is…… IT’S EFFECT BASED! That means if you want to transform a clip in Media Composer, YOU MUST
You don’t have to add effects directly on clips in Media Composer, there are many situations where placing an effect ABOVE a clip(s) is helpful or much quicker. In some situations, it is required, especially when you have a composite with many effects already applied directly to clips. This is a technique you must know!
How to quickly add an effect to multiple clips in Avid Media Composer. When you want to add the same effect to multiple clips in Avid Media Composer, instead of placing an effect on each clip one-by-one, you can select multiple clips using the SHIFT key, and then double-click the effect you want to apply.
How to automatically open the Effect Editor when placing an effect on a clip in Avid Media Composer. The default way to get to the Effect Editor in Media Composer is to place your effect on a clip, and then manually enter Effect Mode. But, you have the option to have the Effect Editor automatically
There is no razor tool in Media Composer! In order to cut/split a clip, you want to use ADD EDIT ? Fine tune your position with the arrow keys. For video editors coming from Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut, and other NLEs – many start looking for the razor tool to cut-up their clips and
How to change the track height/size in Avid Media Composer. The quickest way is to use the keyboard shortcut; Ctrl+L for Enlarge and Ctrl+K for Reduce. (Command+L and Command+K on Mac). You can also find these commands in the EDIT menu. You must first select the tracks you want to alter.
How to change the highlight color in Avid Media Composer, and Source/Record colors. In Media Composer, when you select an item (clip, effect, track, etc…) it will be highlighted. You can change this color and customize the look of the interface. You can also have different colors for the Source and Record monitors and in
How to change the brightness of the interface in Avid Media Composer. The default setting is a light gray, you can change this in; Settings – Interface and choose from light gray to very dark gray. You can quickly customize the look of your Media Composer interface ?
Use iLok Cloud to activate AAX audio plugins used in Avid Media Composer. With iLok Cloud, you do not need a physical iLok key plugged in to you computer. Just login to your iLok.com account and all your eligible iLok Cloud enabled licenses will be activated for use on any machine you are working on.