This video will show how to get round importing MP4 files or other codec / wrappers that wont transcode into Avid. I show you how to use Resolve and media manage and import into Avid MediaFiles folder to solve issue.
There are different ways how to bring clips over from Avid Media Composer to Adobe After Effects and back. I’m going to show you two methods that I like to use for this roundtrip. Buy me a coffee, If you enjoy my content: ➡️ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hansthee… ⬅️Thank you! 🙂 Chapters:0:00 Intro0:24 Method 1: Move clips manually
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about probably the most important Media Composer lesson you will learn, and that is about understanding Native Media Composer codecs. Understanding this concept will change the way you bring media into your projects, and have you doing it properly, and avoiding creating multiple projects to bring media into
3h 23min exceptionally well done fundamental course. Check out https://www.assistbootcamp.com/webinars to check out our on demand webinars! Introduction 09:26Overview 13:18 Image – Resolution 15:19 – Aspect Ratio 32:07 – Interlacing 47:23 – Frame Rate 58:50 – Timecode 01:21:30Compression – Codecs 01:30:22 – Bit Rate 01:59:20 Color – Color Space 02:13:11 – Color Bit Depth 02:17:45
Avid’s Michael Krulik details updates included in the latest Media Composer 8.5, and in particular related to 4K workflows. Presented as part of the Digital Cinema Society 2015 Post event, “4 Ways to a 4K Finish.” (Note: This video was previously embargoed pending the release of Media Composer 8.5)