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  • DVDit Fails when creating ISO image from AVID QT ref for long projects?

    I am using DVDIT 5.1.1, and I am trying to burn a Disc image from an avid express pro Quicktime reference. This is an error I have run into before with long projects (this one is 1.5 hours long). Last time, it didn't work the first six or so t imes, and out of pure time pressure desperation I kept...
    Posted to Avid Xpress Pro - PC (Forum) by Trixi on Fri, Aug 14 2009
  • Avid DVD - Adding Subtitles - Part 3

    Unfortunately subtitles created within MC, using the SubCap Generator, cannot be easily imported into AvidDVD. If you want to work with subtitles in one or more languages and give the viewer the possibility of choosing which they want to have on-screen, AvidDVD offers a better solution. These 3 tutorials...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Mon, May 11 2009
  • Avid DVD - Adding Subtitles - Part 2

    Unfortunately subtitles created within MC, using the SubCap Generator, cannot be easily imported into AvidDVD. If you want to work with subtitles in one or more languages and give the viewer the possibility of choosing which they want to have on-screen, AvidDVD offers a better solution. These 3 tutorials...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by drbgaijin on Mon, May 11 2009
  • Avid DVD - Adding Subtitles - Part 2

    Unfortunately subtitles created within MC, using the SubCap Generator, cannot be easily imported into AvidDVD. If you want to work with subtitles in one or more languages and give the viewer the possibility of choosing which they want to have on-screen, AvidDVD offers a better solution. These 3 tutorials...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Mon, May 11 2009
  • Avid DVD - Adding Subtitles - Part 1

    Unfortunately subtitles created within MC, using the SubCap Generator, cannot be easily imported into AvidDVD. If you want to work with subtitles in one or more languages and give the viewer the possibility of choosing which they want to have on-screen, AvidDVD offers a better solution. These 3 tutorials...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by drbgaijin on Mon, May 11 2009
  • Avid DVD - Adding Subtitles - Part 1

    Unfortunately subtitles created within MC, using the SubCap Generator, cannot be easily imported into AvidDVD. If you want to work with subtitles in one or more languages and give the viewer the possibility of choosing which they want to have on-screen, AvidDVD offers a better solution. These 3 tutorials...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Mon, May 11 2009
  • From MC to AvidDVD - A look at the settings!

    In recent months the interest in using AvidDVD to author and produce both DVDs and Blu-Rays has grown quickly. Unfortunately the jungle of advice being thrown at newcomers seem to have confused them more than helped them. I did a test of 8 different settings and present my own conclusions in this tutorial...
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Sun, Apr 12 2009
  • Expanding Library of Media Composer Tutorials

    I am a relative newcomer to Media Composer (early 2008) and as I began to feel my way around I got the idea of documenting my adventures by creating short video tutorials, Avid had already a large number of excellent, professionally produced tutorials online. I learned very much from watching them. However...
    Posted to Avid Community Tips (Forum) by drbgaijin on Fri, Mar 13 2009
  • 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
  • Part 6 - AMC + DVDitPro HD (AvidDVD)

    This is the last of a 6 part tutorial on how I am using Media Composer along with DVDitPro HD (AVID DVD) to author and burn Blu-Ray disks and DVDs. Part 6 clarifies the reasons why I have the workflow that I have, and the benefits that I see in it. Regards, Douglas
    Posted to Techniques/How-to (MediaGallery) by drbgaijin on Sun, Nov 16 2008
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