It’s important to understand terms like AMA Linking, Consolidating, Transcoding and Importing when working with Avid. Today we want to talk about some basics and how to get your footage into Media Composer. Follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hanstheeditor You have an Avid Media Composer tutorial request? Send me a message!
Learn how to use subclips to optimize media for video editing in Avid Media Composer. Transcoding video to DNxHD and DNxHR requires more drive space but subclipping can save you both time and drive space. This video editing tutorial is hosted by Avid certified editor Benjamin Patch.
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about the most asked question he receives. What is the difference between Transcoding and Consolidating? Consolidating is up first, and Kevin gives you three examples of where you’re going to use Consolidating in your Media Composer workflows.
In the second of our “Get Started Fast with Avid Media Composer 7” tutorials, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how to get your footage into Media Composer. Whether you’re digitizing from tape, importing media from another NLE or compositing application, or AMA linking to it, this lesson will get your footage ready to edit in
In this video, Jon Christenson will show you the difference between importing and consolidation. Media Composer 7 Survival Guide Video Series is proudly presented by Avid Support. The series covers basic troubleshooting, how-to, software activation, quick tips, and more. Subscribe to the Media Composer 7 Survival Guide playlist for new episodes. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
Quick review of top 10 Media Composer 7 features – Background Trancode/Consolidate By: Wim Van den Broeck @editorbelga Footage courtesy of Mayca Teba: http://www.maycateba.com
library.creativecow.net/mcauliffe_kevin/Avid-Media-Composer_82 In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe answers a common question, and that is “What is the difference between Consolidating and Transcoding?”. Not only does he explain the difference and show you how easy both are to use, but he also discusses Batch Importing, and how what might seem like the best way to work,