Still Using an Older Version of Avid Media Composer? Find Out What You’re Missing.
Avid Blogs By Charlie Russell in Filmmaking Are you still working with an older version of Avid Media Composer? Well, you don’t know what you’re missing! Although you probably love your older version, the latest Avid Media Composer offers powerful new workflows that enable you to take on the most demanding projects. For a limited time you can upgrade for just $479! To give you an idea, here are some of the latest features we’ve added in Media Composer 7 and 8:
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Today’s Media Composer 8.4.1 Release Adds Support for the Powerful New Video I/O Interface—Artist | DNxIO Media Composer 8.4 Introduces Projects with Custom Frame Sizes Media Composer 8.3.1 Adds Extra Features for High Resolution Workflows
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Media Composer 8.3 Now Available with Avid Resolution Independence Media Composer 8.2 Keeps You Focused on Creative Editorial with Background Rendering Media Composer 8.1 Updates Professional Features for Creative Editorial
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Find Out What’s New in Media Composer 8.0 Media Composer: 10 Changes in Media Composer 7 You’ll Want to Use Right Now (Part 2) Media Composer: 10 Changes in Media Composer 7 You’ll Want to Use Right Now (Part 1)
But to make things easier, we have developed an exciting new interactive comparison tool to see how your version of Media Composer measures up. Pick your current version of Media Composer from the comparison tool, and see what you’re missing:
  • Compare your current Media Composer to the latest version
  • Discover incredible new features that will accelerate your workflow
  • Learn about easy and affordable upgrade options
  • So, stay on the cutting-edge of video production, use the Media Composer comparison tool, and get your custom report today.

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