Transcoding


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Transcoding

Transcoding in Media Composer means exactly the same as consolidate, with the exception that you are also changing the codec or resolution or frame size of the clip, not just moving it, but changing it too. In Final Cut Pro, if I have material that I would like to convert to a different, more FCP-friendly or offline-edit- phase friendly file format, then I might choose to use the Media Manager to recompress to a new file type or use Compressor to transcode the original source file to a new file type and then import the new transcoded files.

Transcode in Media Composer creates a new MXF version of the AMA file in the Avid Media Files folder, by either rewrapping, demuxing or else changing the format, codec, or resolution of the file. So it's very similar to Consolidate, except that the media is not just copied, but altered or optimized in some way during the process. You can choose to just change the audio codec, the video codec, or both. The new MXF file could be an Avid DNxHD resol...

Transcoding
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Transcoding provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Video
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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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