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In this course, author Ashley Kennedy demonstrates basic and intermediate video editing techniques in Avid Media Composer. The course explains how to build sequences, mix audio, apply effects, and color-correct footage. The course also shows how to create titles, manage and output media, capture and import footage, and troubleshoot common post-production issues.
Now that you've taken this course, you should feel prepared to join the ranks of the thousands of Avid editors worldwide who have created so many important bodies of work, and not just Hollywood movies, but projects across all sorts of different topics and genres. To get started, I recommend joining one of the Avid communities, where you can connect online with other Avid editors for support, training, and good conversations about editing. Or you may even want to look into joining one of the Avid user groups, which are found in most major cities in the United States, and even worldwide.
If you're looking for more training, keep your eye on the lynda library, because they'll be coming out with some more advanced Avid trainings very soon. Thanks so much for joining me for this course, and happy editing!
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