In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about Transcoding. We’ve talked in Lesson 5 about working with Avid “friendly” media. Now we need to talk about footage that requires a recompression to Avid Media, for you to work with in your Media Composer timelines. Whether it’s in an offline or online scenario, there is some
Learn how to use subclips to optimize media for video editing in Avid Media Composer. Transcoding video to DNxHD and DNxHR requires more drive space but subclipping can save you both time and drive space. This video editing tutorial is hosted by Avid certified editor Benjamin Patch.
In this video we look at the basics of Motion Tracking in Avid Media Composer. For this video we are using Media Composer 8.5.1 on Windows 10, and we use 3DWarp with the Tracking Tool for our tracking. We will track a moving smartphone screen and overlay our “COP DRAMA” video to create a short
In this video we look at more options with SpectraMatte and Green Screen footage. Such as, crop, rotation, and a few other tips. Then cover more about Alpha Channel footage like explosions and muzzle flashes. Be sure to watch the first two videos about Green Screen and Alpha Channel/Muzzle Flashes (link below), to learn the
A Subclip is a shorter portion of a longer clip. In this video we look at how to create subclips, and how they can help speed-up your editing. Subclips will allow you to choose the best portions of your clips, and save them in a bin. Then, when it’s time to create your sequence, you
Manhattan Edit Workshop Director of Education Janet Dalton shows how to create a subclip in Avid Media Composer. Manhattan Edit Workshop is a New York Film Editing School offering a full range of basic to advanced manufacturer certified training courses, from the Avid, Autodesk, Assimilate and Apple products to the complete suite of Adobe applications.