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  • Canon MXF workflow

    I am bring footage (1920X1080, 50 Mbps) from a Canon XF105 to MC 6.5. I don't want it to be AMA linked I want the files on local storage. So, to import the footage to MC is there any differance or advantage to AMA link them and then transcode vs using a third party converter to convert from MXF to...
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Monique Chia on Mon, Feb 8 2016
  • The SubCap Generator - Exporting a subcap to AvidDVD

    Having succeeded in entering Japanese text into the SubCap Generator, I began to wonder if I could export it easily and then import it into AvidDVD. That was not as easy as I had hoped for. However I did find a way to do it in the end. The method will work for subcaps in any language. Regards, Douglas
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Sun, Jan 18 2009
  • From MC through AvidDVD (DVDitProHD)

    There is an ongoing debate as to whether it is wiser to use a 3rd. party software to prepare files before importing them into AvidDVD (DVDitProHD) or not. I prefer the direct to AvidDVD (DVDitProHD) approach and explain why in this short presentation. Regards Douglas
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Fri, Oct 31 2008
  • Creating a "Freeze-Frame"

    Easy to do when you know how, but sometimes difficult for a newcomer to figure out! NB. When actually in the "Freeze-frame" pulldown menu, there are many more choices than I mention in this tutorial. For example you can choose "others" and specify an exact length for the created Freeze...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Fri, Oct 24 2008
  • Want a Liquid style timeline? Maybe yes...maybe no!

    I am now working my way through a second series of tutorials. Although they are aimed at migrants from Liquid, it is possible that some of the contents can be helpful to others beginning with Media Composer. This Tutorial deals with a rather strange topic! If you ever get into a discussion with a Liquid...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Wed, Oct 22 2008
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