Learn how metatags can speed up and organize your importing process in this FCPX video tutorial.
Powerful metadata is one feature that makes Final Cut Pro X powerful. In this post, we share a few videos and training tutorials to show you how to get the very most out of metadata in your FCPX edits.
In this post, we’ll show you how to use an Adobe workflow (Premiere and Encore) to create a searchable web DVD using Flash – a unique way to create interactive content for the web.
By standardizing your file naming and keeping it consistent throughout your digital pipeline, you’ll save massive headaches down the road. Follow these tips for better media management of your video editing, graphic design or photography projects.
Learn how to see unique color grading looks through your RED camera in this informative tutorial. Takes some guesswork out of setting up shots and lighting!
Understanding how Autodesk Smoke 2013 manages and stores project files is essential for any serious user. In this tutorial we show you how Smoke organizes the project files and where to access them.
As we continue our video tutorial series on the new features in Media Composer 6, we thought we’d highlight the new Find Tool (which was technically introduced in Media Composer 5.5). Its powerful metadata searching capabilities will allow you to burrow deep within your bins, scripts and even the text in your Timeline and monitors to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Use PhraseFind in Avid Media Composer to quickly search your project’s audio for specific words and phrases.
Final Cut Pro X offers many options for including and modifying clip metadata. Keep order in your projects by using metadata to your advantage. Learn how to customize and view metadata in FCPX!
Bins chock-full of clips can be daunting when you’re trying to find just the right shot. In Part 1 of this two-part tutorial series, we learned how to create custom column information to help narrow down clip information. Now, in Part 2, we’ll take a look at how to sort and custom sift to really burrow down to exactly what we want to find.
Sometimes, the most important information you can generate about your clips is the user data that you define. In Part 1 of this two-part tutorial series, find out how to create custom columns and save your custom bin views in Avid Media Composer.
Don’t let needless searching for clips slow you down! Master the intuitive organization and searching features in Final Cut Pro X. In this two-part tutorial, we’ll take a look at keywords, ratings, folders and filters. This post (Part 2) will explore how to isolate user data by creating folders and filters.