In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe answers a great viewer question about Sorenson Squeeze, and how it can interact directly with Avid Media Composer, to automate the process of squeezing (compressing) exports right from your Media Composer timeline! Channel: www.youtube.com/letseditMC_avid Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LetsEditwithM… Twitter: @kpmcauliffe e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re not getting what you need to succeed—or you’re a former Avid user who switched (we’d love to have you back)—join award-winning editor Kevin P McAuliffe to get started fast. http://www.avidblogs.com/fcp7fast/ In the second of our “Get Started Fast with Avid for Final Cut Pro 7” tutorials, Kevin P McAuliffe highlights key differences between
library.creativecow.net/mcauliffe_kevin/Avid-Media-Composer_80 In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe answers a viewer’s question about how to create client approval Quick Time files in MC/Symphony. To take things to the next level, Kevin also shows you how to create HD YouTube files ready to upload to show your work to the masses.
Works for all AVCHD cameras Make sure to download the AVCHD plugin from Avid’s website. It’s required for this workflow: avid.com/ama I’m using Symphony 6 here but the workflow is identical in Media Composer. We start with AMA native AVCHD playback, then cut offline DNxHD36 files and relink to the originals, and then wrap up
Works for all Canon DSLRs. I’m using Symphony 6 here but the workflow is identical in Media Composer. We start with AMA native H.264 playback, then cut offline DNxHD36 files and relink to the originals, and then wrap up with encoding for the web using Sorenson Squeeze 8.5 and x264. Follow me on twitter for
Media Composer 6 107: Exporting and Sharing by Jeff Greenberg Video 12 of 35 for Media Composer 6 107: Exporting and Sharing All the cuts have been made. Everything’s looking and sounding good. The client has granted approval. Now its time to get this final production out into the world! In this tutorial Jeff Greenberg