Learn Avid Media Composer! This is a 101 tutorial for absolute beginners. You will learn basic editing techniques and get to know the general user interface. No prior knowledge is required. I’ll walk you through the basics step by step. Chapters:0:00 Intro0:22 Creating a project1:14 General interface and settings4:06 Import media4:57 Editing basics15:50 Exporting16:26 Keyboard
Wrapping up the year with a new release of Avid Media Composer that includes more enhancements to the user interface, support for H.265/HEVC media, docking tools to floating bins and panels, Avid Titler + updates, selecting color spaces and AAC audio for export, some fantastic new improvements to the Audio Mixer and so much more.
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!
It’s easy to transfer a sequence from Adobe Premiere Pro to Avid Media Composer. In this video I show you step by step how to do it. Follow me on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/ole.is.editing/ You have an Avid Media Composer tutorial request? Send me a message!Music used in this video by: Biscuit (Prod. by Lukrembo)
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks getting your footage into Media Composer via the Source Browser. Many people think that the Source Browser is for linking footage only. Did you also know you can import footage using the Source Browser as well? It really is a fantastic tool to get your footage into Media
We’re now in our new Project! In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe starts out by talking about the new Bin Container window, and then gives you an overview of the Media Composer interface. Then, it’s on to talk about the basic settings that you want to make sure you set, before you get rolling! Channel:
In the new Media Composer you can use the source browser to look at the media on any drive in your network, and view clips in list or thumbnail view, scrub footage to help select your clips, choose your import settings, and start editing your project. https://www.avid.com/mediacomposer
The process of bringing video, audio, graphics and other media into any video editing software is called ingest. In this multi-part tutorial, Benjamin Patch walks you through the ingest process with Avid Media Composer – the most professional video editing application available today. We will start by orienting ourselves to the Source Browser, discussing the
In this tutorial we learn how to transcode a multicam shoot into a proxy media format suitable for real-time camera angle switching. We then see how to link back to the original source media for finishing. Next, we flattened the multicam edit, mix it down to a high-quality DNxHD codec and output it as a
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe wraps up his talk on Vertical Video projects for delivery to clients like Snapchat or clients that advertise via Digital Signage. We cover transcoding your clips, exporting from Media Composer and how to you can quickly compress your files via Adobe Media Encoder so, in many cases, you can
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe discusses how edit a Vertical Video project for applications such as Snapchat. This tutorial was inspired by a discussion on the Avid Editors of Facebook page, and is an important one, as with the move to more and more vertical applications such as digital signage and mobile, you’ll find
Media Composer 8.6 introduced a change in the way we use Link to add clips to our bin. If you have been a Media Composer user for awhile you will probably remember AMA LINK. Then AMA LINK was changed to simply LINK in our context menu. Now, we access LINK through the Source Browser. The
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe goes in-depth with the new Source Browser import/linking tool inside of Media Composer 8.6. Not only does he give you the in’s and out’s of this awesome new feature, but he also shows you how working with elements from Rampant Design Tools have become super easy, not only with