There’s nothing more frustrating that having 1080i clips, that you know were acquired in 23.976, and dropping them into your timeline, only to have them look terrible. Well, if you look closely enough in the Motion Effects editor, there’s a great tucked away feature to add 2:3 pulldown to your footage. What does this mean
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In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe wraps up his look at Motion Effects by talking, first, about a common misconception that you can’t work with motion effects on mixed frame rates in your projects. That’s just not true. Then, he moves on to talk about what he teased in the last lesson, and that’s how
library.creativecow.net/mcauliffe_kevin/Avid-Media-Composer_65 In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you a technique that he uses in corporate video work, and that is how to not only slow your footage down, but create highlights that you can use to focus on certain areas of a shot. With a little forward thought, and the Marquee Title Tool, this
http://library.creativecow.net/mcauli… In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe expands on lesson one by showing you how to create variable speed motion effects inside your MC/Symphony timeline. Most people think that a technique like this requires either a third-party plug-in, or a compositing application, Kevin shows you how simple it is to create some very cool slo-mo’s.
library.creativecow.net/mcauliffe_kevin/Avid-Media-Composer_63 In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how to create some basic Motion Effects, i.e. – Slow Mo’s, and shows you a great technique that he uses all the time to create a dynamic “isolated” slo-mo effect.