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  • Re: Slip Highlighted Clips

    [quote user="camoscato"] How would this differ from yellow arrow segment mode? [/quote] Good question, Carl. I see this FR as an extension or evolution of the non-linear tools Avid created decades ago. I would describe it as the difference between MAKING the required yellow splice segment moves step by step, vs. having the intended dual choice
  • Slip Highlighted Clips

    Let’s say you are creating a montage of 9 video clips, and you are still in the creative zone, meaning you pretty much have decided on which images, but now the exact sequence from 1 thru 9 is still up for grabs. I’d love to have a tool that would make it easier/faster to swap clips around: e.g., swap 3 with 6, 1 with 8, or simply Slip entire
  • Re: 70's TV Skin Tones

    [quote user="Job ter Burg"] Have you looked into tools like these? http://digitalfilmtools.com/filmstocks/ [/quote] Thanks, Job. That looks great. I hope the OP sees these. I forgot about DFT... long ago I think I used a DFT Blur plugin, and now I’d like to check out their whole store.
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Sun, Dec 10 2017
  • Re: 70's TV Skin Tones

    [quote user="jwrl"] I guess that the tool that you're looking for would be similar to the vibrance filter in Photoshop. It might be worth your while searching for a vibrance plug-in or one that offers vibrance as an option. [/quote] thanks, jwrl https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BgTNtuCiHhA
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Sun, Dec 10 2017
  • Re: Toggle through Source Monitor Menu

    [quote user="Leckerwurstbrot"] I think it would really speed up editing if it was possible to toggle trough all the material in the source monitor menu. [/quote] Agreed. In large projects with file-based sources, Editing from Source Sequences, many of them, is routine. As is a separate Bin, with associated clips and their associated Source
  • Re: JUST A TICK

    [quote user="George Angeludis"] I haven't seen anything so simple not being implemented in MC all of those years. JUST A TICK at any clip or media used in a timeline. So that the editor can remember if it was used already. We have had that in Liquid and it was very helpful. So please just add a tick to already (used) media in a timeline
  • Re: JUST A TICK

    Is the existing, (very precise) Dupe detection Timeline tool not good enough because it only kicks in, becoming visible once the repeated section of a clip is encountered only after its placement on the timeline? Unless you want to just see from ANY bin which clip/object has at least some section used in the currently loaded Sequence, before you do
  • Re: 70's TV Skin Tones

    “...and Gail Fisher as Peggy”... Sounds like fun, concentrating on a particular look. I remember that show and just saw some stuff on YouTube, including a rather clean “Season 7 enhanced” version of the show opening. Maybe they were able to go back to original film, avoiding any contrasty buildup from the PiP optical effect done
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Mon, Dec 4 2017
  • Re: 70's TV Skin Tones

    [quote user="George Angeludis"] Hawaii 5-0 was shot with Kodak 100T 5254, so search for an appropriate LUT to help you. [/quote] Love that Hawaii 5-0 theme song, too! When I first heard about LUTs being part of the MC edit experience, I got an iPhone app called ExpressColor, which I can’t say enough about. It allows making custom LUTs
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Telegram! on Sun, Dec 3 2017
  • LUTS

    Now that LUTS are available on Timeline as an FX, it would be Great if we could use Up/Down Arrow to cycle among Groups of LUTS that we can add/subtract to from our larger pool of LUTS in our Project or on our system. This could allow a VERY quick way to see, compare and evaluate a LUT for use on a timeline clip or applied to an entire master clip through
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