Posts Tagged ‘Avid’
Avid is retiring DS, its high-end video editing, compositing and finishing application.
Bring your Avid projects into Scratch for high-end finishing. In this video tutorial you’ll learn how to roundtrip your video editing projects from Avid to Scratch.
Unleash the power of 5.1 audio mixing in Avid Media Composer – useful for temping audio into your projects and creating rough surround sound mixes!
Working with Canon C300 MXF video footage? In this post we share some tips for avoiding common MXF editing pitfalls!
What video editing application is best for you? In this post we look at a few considerations when choosing one of the popular pro apps – Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro.
In this post, we’ve rounded up the bestFREE apps and workflow tips for transcoding your AVCHD (.mts) files for video editing.
See what pro video products new at the NAB show – and what companies are doing the best to make their products stand out.
As an editor, the key to shaping the story hidden amid the footage is to understand the fundamentals of scriptwriting. The two tweets below got me inspired to put together a post on scriptwriting and storytelling for editors and creatives alike. If you’re like me and keen to beef up your story structure skills, these scriptwriting
Making a switch to Avid for video editing? In this post, we provide some resources for any editor looking to quickly get up to speed on editing in Avid Media Composer. Tons of useful info!
Discover which audio and video editing application processes speed changes the best! In this video example, the most popular apps are put head-to-head to see which most successfully preserves pitch and quality.
Avid consolidates by selling off their consumer audio and video product line and cutting jobs, for a renewed focus on their professional user base. We’ve got the details.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the video editing process of Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom. Award-winning editor Andrew Weisblum shares his thoughts on workflow, editing technique and working with one of the world’s leading directors.