Posts Tagged ‘Avid’
Learn how to seamlessly migrate sequences between editing softwares using these quick workflows.
There are a lot of really great discounts on post-production softwares available to students. We rank them from best to worst in the following post.
It seems like just yesterday that Final Cut Pro completely dominated the independent film post-production scene, but the terrain today is very different and editors now have tough choices to make when it comes down to committing to an editing platform.
Pro Tools’ Elastic Audio features powerful warping and time flexibility algorithms when editing rhythmic parts, dialogue and ADR.
Avid Media Composer can be a difficult program to learn, but if you know how to set up your project the whole editing process is much easier.
Don’t waste you or your client’s time by slaving around on a mouse. Utilize keyboard shortcuts into your workflow to complete your project faster.
You’ve got a script. You’ve got your footage. Now, using this trick in Media Composer you can get the two to work together, saving you time and sanity during the edit.
If you’re a Media Composer video editor update to the newest version for a smoother experience and increased support.
Media Composer to have subscription option in a recent announcement from Avid.
NAB is probably the biggest event of the film, TV and video industry when it comes to new tools, equipment and software. This roundup of roundups will fill you in on the latest products and developments.
Twixtor is an amazing tool that allows filmmakers to simulate slow motion footage using their favorite editing software.
Create custom transition using this simple technique in Avid Media Composer.