Video Editing

Video Editing

  • How to Use the Fluid Morph Effect in Avid Media Composer to Fix Jump Cuts

    Jump cuts are ugly and call attention to themselves. Luckily Avid Media Composer has a powerful solution to this problem: the Fluid Morph effect. Find out how to use it in this tutorial.

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  • Tell Us the Story of What Truly Inspires You and Win Fantastic Prizes With the Avid Student Contest

    The Avid Student Contest is offering media students a chance to show off their editorial excellence and storytelling skills. Here’s how to participate.

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  • 2015 Avid Brand Perception Survey

    Take the 2015 Avid Brand Perceptions Survey

    We are always looking for better ways to stay connected with our community of customers and partners to ensure we understand how you feel about us and what is important to you. I’d like to ask you to help us by taking our 2015 Avid brand perceptions survey.

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  • Twin Brothers Luke and Lewis Williams Write, Produce and Direct Indie Film ‘Plentyn Clown’

    This project is a great challenge to edit because of there is very little dialog between the main characters. It’s important to show the growing bond between the Mike and Joe. As an editor it’s amazing to shape a story just with footage and not relying on the dialog to tell…

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  • Create a Media Composer Project Structure That Will Last For Years

    Here’s one of the best systems to set up your file and folder structure for Avid Media Composer projects. It is a combination of over 100 editor’s personal practices. Check it out.

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  • What's New in Media Composer (8.4)

    What’s New in Media Composer (8.4)

    Our latest update, available now, introduces projects with custom frame sizes and more. See what else is new.

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  • Editor Margaret Sixel Reveals How Every Shot Earned its Place in ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

    In this first article of our Summer Movie Magic series we interview editor Margaret Sixel, who was given the task to create ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ out of 470 hours of footage.

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  • Editor Stephen Haren Enjoys Spending Time Sculpting Drama Inherent in the Scene

    Stephen Haren always had a lifelong interest in cinema, and knew from very early on that he wanted a career within filmmaking. He went from Assistant Editor to Editor, and in this article he shares his favorite Media Composer tips and tricks.

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  • The Challenge of Keeping Down the Duration of Compact Fiction Film ‘Bang du er Død’

    ‘Bang du er død’ (Bang you’re dead), is a compact fiction film that tells the story of a young boy whose violent imagination helps him to bond with a criminal.

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  • Media Composer 8.4 Introduces Projects with Custom Frame Sizes

    Media Composer (8.4) introduces projects with custom frame sizes and tons of other exciting new features, making it the most versatile and accessible tool for professional creative editorial. Find out what’s new.

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  • Remembering James Horner

    Remembering James Horner

    On June 22nd 2015, the world lost a brilliant artist with the untimely passing of film composer, James Horner. Among his most celebrated achievements were original songs and scores for Avatar, Braveheart, A Beautiful Mind and his Oscar-winning work on James Cameron’s Titanic.

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  • Spanish Broadcasters Converge at the BIT Experience Conference in Madrid

    During this year´s BIT Experience Conference in Madrid, Avid’s Product and Sales Managers presented the Avid Everywhere vision and the latest Avid products.

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