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.
Cloud-Based services have made their way into the post production world, especially now, in a world with teams working from home, completely separate. But, there is also a definite stigma around cloud-based workflows, that isn't necessarily based in fact.
As Avid continues to make improvements on Media Composer- maintaining it's status as some of the best NLE tools available to post production workers today.
The Avid S1 is an eight input fader with mixing control and a touch screen interface. The unit looks simple and straight forward, but it is also incredibly capable and powerful.
The landscape of content creation has been changing rapidly, as more and more mobile platforms become available for content to be viewed. This has expanded from live streaming and into the post production world. Avid has released a great guide on creating content for major mobile phone apps like Quibi!
Avid is a valuable tool in the broadcasting and post production space. Now their stable of products has given broadcasters and creators the ability to work remotely, lower costs, and operate more efficiently.
The folks at Avid put a great landing page together for creators working with remote production workflows. Loaded with links to guide you along the way to remote post production. We really like the success stories from real users, using Avid to edit and create during this time of COVID-19 and social distancing.