This video covers how to use copy and drag and gives some ideas on how you may want to use it. In Media Composer, select your clip(s), then press ALT (Option on Mac), and drag a copy of your clip(s) to anywhere you want on your timeline. This technique works to copy/duplicate video, audio, effects,
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about basic editing techniques in Avid Media Composer, and also talks about how you can create different timeline views, including Audio Waveform as well as Audio mixing views, to make mulit-tasking in your day to day work, as simple as possible! http://www.provideocoalition.com/kmcauliffe/
Welcome to the third episode of our 5-part tutorial series ‘Get Started Fast with Media Composer for High-Res Workflows’ on Avid Blogs. In this video, I will focus on editing in High Res projects specifically; starting with the concept of Color Encoding and FrameFlex adjustments, explaining how to use the Proxy Timeline, as well as
When editing in Media Composer, often it is helpful to show the audio waveforms of your audio/music/voice clips in order to have a visual reference when cutting and editing clips. Media Composer gives you a couple ways to show your waveforms. You can show them all, or you can show them on selected tracks only.
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. In our fifth and final “Get Started Fast with Avid for Final Cut Pro 7” tutorial, Kevin P McAuliffe opens up the Audio Tools