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  • Tutorial: Copying part of the Timeline

    This is one of those very simple things that not so many newcomers know about. It is simple, but it can be very useful. Once you have copied your selection to the Source Monitor you can use it as you would any material loaded into the monitor. Not only, as I have shown, adding to the end of your timeline...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by drbgaijin on Mon, Mar 1 2010
  • Tutorial: Copying part of the Timeline

    This is one of those very simple things that not so many newcomers know about. It is simple, but it can be very useful. Once you have copied your selection to the Source Monitor you can use it as you would any material loaded into the monitor. Not only, as I have shown, adding to the end of your timeline...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Mon, Mar 1 2010
  • The View Menu

    After I uploaded a short Tutorial on one way of getting all the tracks on the timeline back to the same size there was a small discussion about the topic. The method I had suggested had the side effect of resetting all the defaults for the tracks. Not such a good idea if you had given different clips...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Fri, Apr 10 2009
  • Rainbow Timeline - It can be done!

    Over the next week or so I will be adding older tutorials to the Video upload page in order to have them available as streaming media in the Tips & Tutorials section. Almost all of these tutorials were made to help Liquid migrants get started in MC. The fifteenth in a series of tutorials created...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Sun, Mar 15 2009
  • Avid for Liquid Users: Lesson 15 - Rainbow Timeline - It can be done!

    The fifteenth in a series of tutorials created to assist Avid/Pinnacle Liquid users who are considering migrating to Media Composer. This Tutorial is very short and was made to show Liquid migrants that they didn't have to keep the default MC colour scheme. The actual process of changing the colours...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by drbgaijin on Sun, Mar 15 2009
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