Wrapping up the year with a new release of Avid Media Composer that includes more enhancements to the user interface, support for H.265/HEVC media, docking tools to floating bins and panels, Avid Titler + updates, selecting color spaces and AAC audio for export, some fantastic new improvements to the Audio Mixer and so much more.
It’s important to understand terms like AMA Linking, Consolidating, Transcoding and Importing when working with Avid. Today we want to talk about some basics and how to get your footage into Media Composer. Follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hanstheeditor You have an Avid Media Composer tutorial request? Send me a message!
It’s easy to transfer a sequence from Adobe Premiere Pro to Avid Media Composer. In this video I show you step by step how to do it. Follow me on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/ole.is.editing/ You have an Avid Media Composer tutorial request? Send me a message!Music used in this video by: Biscuit (Prod. by Lukrembo)
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe answers a viewers question about how to Offline 4K Red footage in HD, and then relink to your original RAW footage to finish and export your final master. To make matters a little more difficult, we’re going to use clips with different frame rates, but with the newest version
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 tutorial we learn how to transcode a multicam shoot into a proxy media format suitable for real-time camera angle switching. We then see how to link back to the original source media for finishing. Next, we flattened the multicam edit, mix it down to a high-quality DNxHD codec and output it as a
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about a great, under-utilized feature in Media Composer, and that is the Background Services feature, and more specifically, background Consolidating and Transcoding. Many people see the little option at the bottom of the Consolidate/Transcode window to do these functions in the background, but don’ put much thought into
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe finishes his in-depth look at Transcoding by talking about working with larger than HD material. There are so many factors to keep in mind such as Source Settings, Proxy Timelines and Timeline Quality. This lesson will make sure you’re transcoding your larger than HD footage correctly every time!
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe continues the discussion on Transcoding in Avid Media Composer, and talks about two different methods you might use to transcode your original camera media, into native MXF files.
In this week’s lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe looks at the process of Transcoding. The first lesson in Transcoding focuses on the Linked to clips in your bins, and shows you how many “under the hood” features need to be considered and adjusted, before you can do the actual transcoding.
Jon Avid Customer Care will explain what DMF or Dynamic Media Folder is in Media Composer. DMF can help out with copying, transcoding, moving files. Avid Customer Care How-To video series covers basic operation of your Avid software, system troubleshooting, quick tips, and much more.
In the second of our “Get Started Fast with Avid Media Composer 7” tutorials, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how to get your footage into Media Composer. Whether you’re digitizing from tape, importing media from another NLE or compositing application, or AMA linking to it, this lesson will get your footage ready to edit in
library.creativecow.net/mcauliffe_kevin/Avid-Media-Composer_89 In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe shows off a new feature inside of Media Composer 7, and that’s Background Consolidating and Transcoding. Not only can this great new feature be used from within the editing application, but you can also set up external folders, and C/T without even knowing that it’s happening!