Want to remove unwanted elements from your shots? With mocha’s powerful planar tracking tools for Avid Media Composer, you can! Watch this week’s video tutorial to learn more.
Learn how to track basic movements, like the scrolling of a webpage, and how to track more advanced movement with the help of Media Composer’s Motion Tracker.
In this video tutorial we look at how to use the Paint Effect to color correct a portion of a video clip and how to use motion tracking in Avid Media Composer.
In this in-depth tutorial, online editor Scott Freeman describes how to create an identification metadata match to reconform DaVinci Resolve renders in Media Composer.
In this video tutorial, colorist and finishing artist Dan Harvey shows Avid editors the main differences between the motion tracking workflows available from Boris FX and Imagineer Systems.
In this short video tutorial, you will learn how to add keyframes and manipulate different parts of the audio tracks in Avid Media Composer.
In this short tutorial, editor Nathan Ryan shows Media Composer users a few different methods, tips, and tricks for quickly fixing flickering footage with BCC 10 for Avid.
Jon Schorah from NUGEN Audio shows us how an audio mixdown can be automatically corrected to any loudness standard using the NUGEN Audio LM-Correct AudioSuite plug-in in Media Composer.
The sequence is the cornerstone of a Media Composer project. In this week’s video tutorial, editor Josh Short shows us how to set up template sequences and save time.
Meet Martini—designed to help you fill in missing shots in your Media Composer projects so you can better visualize what you have to shoot next.
Media Composer gives you a couple ways to show your waveforms. This quick video will show you how to set up the audio waveform views in Avid Media Composer.
In this week’s Tutorial Thursday, freelancer editor Nathan Ryan walks us through the BCC Reframer plug-in, to quickly reformat and creatively stylize vertical cell footage in one simple effect.