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Avid Media Composer is the standard when it comes to film and video editing. Version 6.5 brings additional features and power to the post-production process. This VTC course explores these features along with the basics of operation. Author Sam McGuire demonstrates how to use this software in a variety of situations using provided media work files. From importing and capturing to adding effects and finishing, this course is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to learn how to use Media Composer. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.
(SFX) Media Composer 6. Hey, everybody. It's Sam McGuire from VTC and we are about to start a course on Media Composer 6. This is a great piece of software from Avid and one that we're going to explore over the next series of tutorials. We're going to look at the basics, the interface, we're going to look at all the tools that are here and believe me there are a ton of tools. So we're going to get in and start using this. Now right of the bat I want to encourage you to access the Work Files if you don't have your own media. Obviously if you have your own media pull it out and follow along with what we're doing using what you've got. In a lot of ways we're going to start at the very beginning and help you navigate through this complex piece of software so that you can find how you are going to want to work with it. And fit into any kind of system that you need to when working inside a company. So open up your software, follow along. Let's get started.
- Course: Avid Media Composer 6
- Author: Sam McGuire
- SKU: 34433
- ISBN: 978-1-61866-102-9
- Work Files: Yes
- Captions: No
- Subject: Multimedia & Video
- The first 3 chapters of courses are available to play for FREE (first chapter only for QuickStart! and MasterClass! courses). Just click on the movie link to play a lesson.
Author incorrectly mentions to open a .mp3 file called "Space Finished". He meant to say "open VO by Steven Clausnitzer co-founder Hubskicom.aiff". Note that it's an .aiff file not a mp3.