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Avid Media Composer — Selection Tools in the Timeline

Did you know that you can select clips in your Media Composer timeline by source clip color? Or to see if any of your clips are muted or offline? It’s all about speed and efficiency in Avid Media Composer and we are showing you several ways to quickly and easily make clip or range selections

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Avid Media Composer: Rebuild Site Settings (macOS)

1. Quit Avid Media Composer (if open) 2. Go to this location: Macintosh HD/Applications/Avid Media Composer/Settings 3. Back up then delete these files: – MC State – Site Attributes – Site Settings4. Close all folders then re-launch Media Composer

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Avid Media Composer: Rebuild Site Settings (Windows)

1. Quit Avid Media Composer (if open) 2. Go to this location: C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Avid Media Composer\Settings 3. Back up then delete these files: – MCState – Site_Attributes – Site_Settings 4. Close all folders then re-launch Media Composer. https://avid.secure.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/troubleshooting/en259893

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Let’s Edit with Media Composer – What’s New in 2020.4

In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about the newly released 2020.4 update to Avid Media Composer which, along with some exciting interface and under the hood updates, comes support for Mac OS Catalina. This, along with the implementation of the Universal Media Engine, new naming for Avid DNxHD files and some great in-application feature

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Let’s Edit with Media Composer – Settings, Settings, Settings

In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about User Settings. Most people create their user settings, and then only worry about their keyboard shortcuts. In this lesson, Kevin will discuss when you should create new user settings, and then show you now you can “borrow” settings from previous versions of your settings, or even from

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Set One Media Drive in AVID

Media Creation Setting Explained! This video will show you how to set what drive to render and import media in AVID. I’m going to drink Swipe Light APA from Southern Tier Brewing Company this weekend. Take the full course on the 2018 version of Avid at avidbeer.com

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Great Freeze Frame Keyboard Shortcut in AVID

Quick Tip Thursday this is a super fast way to use keyboard shortcuts to make a freeze frame in AVID. Preview the whole first section of the online course at avidbeer. com Learn Avid faster so you have time to drink more beer! Twitter — @avidbeer

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Avid Media Composer 2019 – New Bin Interface Tutorial

One of the capabilities that differentiates Avid Media Composer 2019 from other editing software is its impressive ability to handle massive amounts of media. This is critical for long-form documentaries, feature films, and episodic content. The way you as an editor or an assistant manage all of this content is through bins. The key to

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Adjusting Your Import Settings

This video shows you how to adjust your Import Settings in the new Media Composer, to allow you to easily bring in graphics and still images, including bins and folders as well as media parameters. https://www.avid.com/mediacomposer

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The New User Experience & Interface

The new Media Composer now opens with your bins visible in the top left, and the settings list in your File menu, making it easier to see your user, project and site settings, as well as format information, the usage tab, and other configurations. https://www.avid.com/mediacomposer

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Media Composer 2018 | Bin Background Color

Media Composer will let you customize the interface with different colors for many things. One of those is the color of your bins where your clips reside. When you have several bins, it can be helpful to quickly locate the correct bin when you have them color coded. Perhaps blue for video clips, red for

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Let’s Edit with Media Composer – 8K 4K 2K Offline/Online Part 2

In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe continues the discussion on 8K/4K/2K workflows by discussing Relinking, and how you’ll use it, much more successfully than in the past, to link back to your larger than HD footage for your online, and then he’ll move onto talking about working with clips with different frame rates in one

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