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You’ve seen this effect a thousand times on news channels, Dateline, 20/20, the ID Channel and more. The effect of a blurred background and a clear foreground that is not full frame, easing in (zooming in, panning, etc…). This is an awesome way to use non-full frame video and/or images/pictures, while keeping the background interesting
In this Tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the clone tool to hide an element in your video. We’ll also cover how to track that clone if your clip involves movement. Media Composer 8.5.1 WEBSITE: http://redarrowindustries.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/RedArrowIndu…
In this video I go over some tips you can use when you are using the Tracking Tool in Avid Media Composer. We cover, how to change the color of your trackers. How to add a new tracker after you have already tracked. How to track only the trackers you want. How to zoom in
In this video we look at how to blur or pixelate portions of a video using the BLUR and MOSAIC Effects in Avid Media Composer. We will go over the controls of each effect (which are the same), how to apply them to a clip, and how to use the tools to get your blur
Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Director of Education Janet Dalton shows how to use the Two Point Tracker feature of Avid Media Composer 7.