Covering branded logos or a face in the crowd? We will show you how to blur objects in Media Composer and track them throughout your footage. https://www.avid.com/media-composer
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about one of his favorite effects to work with in Media Composer, and that is GenArts S_Effect, and more specifically, how to integrate Mocha Pro’s masking features directly into the Builder tool, so you have more control over your compositing, than you ever did before! Channel: www.youtube.com/letseditMC_avid Facebook:
Colorist & finishing artist Dan Harvey shows Boris Continuum Complete + Avid Media Composer users the main differences between three different types of motion tracking available through Boris FX and Imagineer Systems. Part I. Covers the point motion tracker built into BCC for simple motion tracking tasks. Part II. Covers the integrated mocha/BCC Pixel Chooser
In this video I go over some tips you can use when you are using the Tracking Tool in Avid Media Composer. We cover, how to change the color of your trackers. How to add a new tracker after you have already tracked. How to track only the trackers you want. How to zoom in
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
Kevin P. McAuliffe demonstrates how to make quick work out of often time-consuming daily tasks, including keying, compositing, screen replacement, and 3D animated titles. Also covers how BCC and Imagineer System’s planar tracking software mocha Pro work together to make your job even easier.
In this tutorial, see how to use Avid Media Composer to track a mask: a technique you can use to blur out faces in your footage, for example. This specific tutorial is from the Video Post Tips Weekly series presented by lynda.com author Ashley Kennedy. The complete course is presented as a weekly lynda.com series
Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Director of Education Janet Dalton shows how to use the Two Point Tracker feature of Avid Media Composer 7.