Getting started in post production is an extensive process, and it's difficult to know what machine you should be working with. Particularly when you are working with advanced tools like Avid Media Composer. If you are using the best tools in the world, you want them to run at absolute optimal conditions and performance.
One of the most exciting features found in Avid’s Media Composer Ultimate is ScriptSync. ScriptSync allows editors to upload a virtual version of their script to their NLE, and click on lines to attach them to the clips they are associated with.
ScriptSync, PhraseFind and Symphony color correction are all part of the Avid Ultimate Subscription!
In this lesson, we cover setting up the interface for single or multiple monitors, Bin Containers, the Project Window (yes, it still exists), and where to find your Settings. Enjoy!
Media Composer's newest version- 2020.12 is finally here, in time for the new year. Avid has referred to their newest version of their flagship NLE one of the bright spots of the previous year- and they aren't wrong.
Avid Media Composer is modernizing at the same pace as it’s editors and users, making it a power tool for any post production workflow. Media Composer has been at the forefront of the non linear editing scene, and Avid’s responsiveness to its users make it better than ever.
Avid is continuously working to make better, easier and more efficient workflows for it’s editors. Recently the folks at Avid collaborated with Adobe to do just that.