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  • Re: Need your help with Testing 4K video on your computer

    My guess is no one is going to download 8.5GB. I would suggest you come up with a way to offer a shorter smaller file, which could then be joined end on end on end to make a large file or some other method that lets the file be expanded by the end user in a consistent way but stil represents the type of file you will be working with.
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Mon, Aug 20 2018
  • Re: Independent Resolutions

    Well one or two have already been mentioned. Linking to high resolution files can for most people who don't have bleeding edge hardware, require the use of lower resolution proxy files and the need to link, unlink, relink (not always successfully according to fairly regular posts to this forum). This would be no longer necessary. Creating separate
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Wed, Jul 25 2018
  • Re: Independent Resolutions

    There are a few major workflows that are lengthened and made more complicated simply by the lack of sequence format indipendence. Whether it's worth a major rewrite, which may take many versions to get reliable and may not be compatable with previous versions, is the million dollar question.
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Tue, Jul 24 2018
  • Re: Independent Resolutions

    If you had tried the Liquid workflow I think you would have liked it. It was not that different or in no way pevented you from working as you do now with an over all project format, where each new sequence is created at the project format. The only real difference was that each sequence could have it's resolution and frame size set independently
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Sun, Jul 22 2018
  • Re: Independent Resolutions

    Congratulation to Adobe, they have just caught up with Liquid v7, circa the turn of the century. I'm surprised Avid has not integrated this feature into MC by now, as they have with other features from Liquid. It would illiminate the clumsy practice of unlinking and relinking if implemented properly.
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Sat, Jul 21 2018
  • Re: Trim to fill on foreign framerate

    You have found an example that isn't normal but in any case, I would simply use the normal timewarp in position mode, add 2 keyframes at the start and finish of your middle section, use the digital read out in the timwarp control, to make sure the 1st and 3rd sections are at normal speed (rate of change right and left should be the same between
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Mon, May 28 2018
  • Beyond basic tracking.

    Having recently had month to mess around with the Mocha Pro plug-in for MC, I began to wonder how much could be achieved with the native trackers in MC. While Mocha is fantastic, both to work with and in what it can do, it made me realise how little I know about the MC trackers. I know the basics of copying the tracking data from one effect to another
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Mon, May 28 2018
  • Re: Trim to fill on foreign framerate

    I didn't have MC in front of me when I posted that but after trying your example, the first thing that occured to me was why you would be concerned about the speed change when using Trim To Fill, A speed change is almost unavoidable when using that effect, as it locks the number of frames in the segment and lefts you stretch or compress them over
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Mon, May 28 2018
  • Re: Trim to fill on foreign framerate

    I would try, dropping in your 'trim to fil' effect on the clip in the timelime, changing the 'edit graph' to 'position', then do your trim as normal. When you are happy with the edit, note the frame number in the right hand frame indicator in the timewarp control. Half that and type the new figure into the box. This will double
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Sun, May 27 2018
  • Re: h.264 in & out: which ist the fastest way?

    By far the quickest way is to use something like 'Machete' or 'Avidemux'. All that is required is that the 'in' point after each edit is an I-Frame. Just drag the file in, cut out the required section and the output will simply copy whats left without any rendering. You can also select an in and out point, starting with an I
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by v-block on Thu, Mar 15 2018
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