- Working with clips, bins, folders and the project window
- Customizing user settings and keyboard layout
- Importing video, audio, and graphics
- Accessing clips from other projects
- Comparing backup structure
- Organizing media and project assets
- Understanding media resolution and locations
- Editing in the timeline
- Mixing audio
- Compositing with keyframes
- Creating titles
- Color correcting footage
- Preparing and outputting master sequences
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] I'm Steve Holyhead. And welcome to Migrating from Final Cut Pro to Media Composer 5.5. This course is designed to help you leverage your knowledge of editing and Final Cut Pro to get you up to speed with using Avid Media Composer as rapidly as possible. In this course I'll explore the obvious differences and the surprising similarities between the two most prevalent editing packages on the market today. I'll show you how to set up your projects, get your footage into Media Composer, and how to make sure nothing gets lost in the translation.
And I'll teach you how to use your knowledge of editing principles and practices, along with the tools of Media Composer to create the most streamline approach to your own productions. Sure to have you working at your peak, creative energy in no time. So, without further adieu let's get moving on Migrating from Final Cut Pro to Media Composer 5.5.
1. Comparing Interface and Application Basics
2. Understanding Media, Projects, and Levels of Organization
Comparing backup structure9m 51s
3. Taking Control of Media Composer
4. Linking, Importing, and Managing Media
5. Organizing, Viewing, Logging, and Searching
6. Understanding the Basics of Editing
7. Editing in the Timeline
8. Understanding Audio
9. Adding Effects and Finishing
10. Delivering Masters for Web, DVD, and More
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