Tired of grouping clips by hand? Wish there was a better way to collapse all of your video tracks into one? Look no further! Avid Media Composer 2018.12 gives us the update we’ve been waiting for; Group Clipping straight from the sequence! Software used: Media Composer 2018.12 http://redarrowindustries.com/ https://www.facebook.com/RedArrowIndustries/ https://twitter.com/redarrowindust
Wish there was a better way to sync your audio to your video files? With the newest update from Avid Media Composer we get just that! I’ll show you how to let Avid do the heavy lifting when it comes to your pre-edit needs. Software used: Media Composer 2018.12 http://redarrowindustries.com https://www.facebook.com/RedArrowIndustries/ https://twitter.com/redarrowindust
A brief overview video of the NewTek NDI broadcast feature that was added to Media Composer in 18.7. It’s just about three and a half minutes, and shows where to get some free NDI tools, and how to turn it on an off, so you can begin to experiment with this new capability.
My team and I worked on a couple of features in 8.9.3, “dynamic shuttle”, which is a J/K/L replacement, and “pitch correction during shuttle”. This video describes both in some detail.(Sorry about the length, it’s almost ten minutes and wanders off for a while showing how “dynamic shuttle” can be used to improve the behavior
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about moving clips around your timeline(s) by using the Smart Tools at the left of your timeline. He also talks about a powerful shortcut, the Extend Key, and why you’re going to want to have it mapped as a keyboard, or composer shortcut!
Want to make the next blockbuster hit using Avid Media Composer | First? Check out this tutorial to get you started on the basics of this powerful program! Software used: Media Composer | First 8.9.1 http://redarrowindustries.com/ https://www.facebook.com/RedArrowIndu… https://twitter.com/redarrowindust
I put together a short 6-minute video for y’all that demonstrates some of the more obscure features of audio Sample Slip source effect, and the new narrower audio mixer tool. This covers, among other things:• Option-arrow keys for positioning the source editor• Direct timecode entry in the source editor• Working with sample slip in the
In our second lesson, we’re talking about acquiring media. Whether you’re linking to, importing, consolidating, transcoding or capturing. Media Composer editors, much like Premiere editors, can simply link to their media, and start editing, but the real power of Media Composer comes in how it works with Avid’s proprietary codec DNxHD and DNxHR, to make
In this video you will learn how to do a simple zoom-in, or ease-in with Media Composer. We will use 3DWarp and keyframes. I’m using Media Composer 8.6, but the process is the same for other versions of Media Composer. Support BenoniStudio on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4518225 Shirts https://shop.spreadshirt.com/Benoni Twitter https://twitter.com/BenoniStudio Instagram https://www.instagram.com/benonistudios/
Welcome to our newest tutorial series “Get Started Fast with Media Composer for Adobe Editors“. The goal of this series is to show you fundamental differences between your Adobe editing application, and Avid Media Composer, so you can get up to speed as quickly as possible. Watch all episodes on: http://www.avidblogs.com/get-started-…
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
BCC Lens Correction is a plug-in designed to the remove lens distortion introduced by wide angle lens, fish eye lenses, and GoPro cameras. Freelance Editor Nathan Ryan shows Continuum Complete 10 and Avid Media Composer users how to easily fix and fine tune distortion, warp, and perspective issues using the new Lens Correction filter. Footage
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about your Grid settings, but more importantly, he talks about a concept that, if you’re delivering your content to a TV station or network, you will need to know, and that is 4×3 safe inside of your 16×9 project.
In part 2 of our two part look at Export Settings, Kevin P McAuliffe talks how you can export your HD sequences as SD clips, this way avoiding using programs like Adobe’s Media Encoder or Sorenson Squeeze to do your downconversion, and then Kevin talks about the new 8.3.1 update to Media Composer, and how