Avid blogs by Matt Feury
File-based media, 2K, 4K, 5K footage, analog and digital tape, stereoscopic 3D material, film—bring it on. Media Composer offers ACE-certified editing tools and a wide range of features, workflows, and options that enable you to work with everything, from old-school media to the latest camera technologies. Plus, you can work in HD from a high-res source without having to transcode or resize files.
Many of the new tools and features in Media Composer 7 have been designed to accelerate and automate file-based workflows. This makes it easier than ever to work with the growing number of projects that incorporate high-res source media.
High-Res files and volumes are linked directly into your project through Media Composer 7’s new unified AMA window. AMA is a plug-in architecture that enables source media from RED, Arri, Sony, Panasonic, Canon and more to play back inside Media Composer.
Creating the HD masters commonly required from projects that use high-res source media presents two primary challenges. The first is how to manage the differences in resolution. Media Composer’s new FrameFlex tool offers an intuitive yet powerful way of maintaining the resolution of your source media while providing complete creative control of the HD extraction. Whether it’s a single clip or an entire volume of media, FrameFlex makes quick work of reframing high-res sources.
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