Who needs plug-ins when you have the paint effect? This tutorial will explain how you can re-create a glitch effect to transition from one shot to the next without using any third party plug-ins in Avid Media Composer! Software used: Media Composer 8.8.5 http://redarrowindustries.com/ https://www.facebook.com/RedArrowIndustries/
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Need a quick way to give that plain shot a little character? This tutorial will show you how to make a vignette using the Paint Effect in Avid Media Composer. Software used: Media Composer 8.5.3 http://redarrowindustries.com/ https://www.facebook.com/RedArrowIndu…
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 we look at how to use the Paint Effect to re-color/colorize/color-correct a portion of a video clip, and how to use motion tracking with the Paint Effect in Avid Media Composer. We are using Avid Media Composer 8.5.1 in this video, but the process will be the same for other versions. First,
Learn how to use the Paint effect to draw shapes and add text directly on screen in Avid Media Composer. Watch more tutorials from Video Post Tips Weekly at http://www.lynda.com/Final-Cut-Pro-tu… This Video Post Tips Weekly series offers a new post-production tip every Wednesday, on topics such as compositing, color correction, audio, and media management.
This tutorial is an overview of the Paint Effect in Avid Media Composer. We’ll go through the following modes: Solid, Clone, Blur, Saturation and Erase. We’ll also dive a little into keyframing. Here are the links I talked about in the video: Twitter: @editvideofaster https://twitter.com/editvideofaster Contact: http://www.editvideofaster.com/contact/ VideoHive: http://videohive.net/?ref=shortedits (affiliate link) I come out with
For those who might be new to Avid Media Composer, here’s a quick tutorial on how to make custom transitions with the built-in PAINT EFFECT. Flash to white, blur dissolve…combo of both. A tip you can then apply many options to. – See more at: How to Create Custom Scene Transitions with the Paint Effect