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Avid Media Composer is among the dominant nonlinear editing solutions in the film and television industry and it's a must-know for aspiring filmmakers. Join author Ashley Kennedy in this course, as she demonstrates basic and intermediate video editing techniques in Media Composer. Learn how to build sequences—everything from simple montages to more complex, interview-based packages—and mix audio, apply effects, and color-correct footage. The course also shows how to create titles, capture and import footage, manage and output media, and troubleshoot common post-production issues, so you'll be prepared to take your movie all the way from concept to creation. Note: This course is an update to Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training, with additional movies to reflect applicable changes in version 7.
Hi, I'm Ashley Kennedy. Welcome to Avid Media Composer 7 Essential Training. In this course I'll show you basic and intermediate editing techniques as we build sequences, everything from simple montages to more complex interview-based packages. We'll take a look at how to mix audio, as well as how to perform color correction to fix and enhance your footage. We'll explore how to apply all types of effects, including compositing effects, color effects, and titles so that you can enrich your program to it's fullest.
We'll dive into Avid's powerful metadata searching and script base options, so that you can find exactly what you need. And I'll demonstrate how to input, output, and troubleshoot your footage so that you can take a project from concept to creation with ease. So let's have fun as we begin to peel back the many exciting layers of video editing in Avid Media Composer 7 Essential Training.
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