Understanding media resolutions and locations


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Understanding media resolutions and locations

In Final Cut Pro, we set the scratch disk location; in Media Composer, we use the Media Creation Settings. In both cases, we're setting up rules ahead of time for where to send media when it's imported, captured, or generated. Under the Final Cut Pro menu, we have the System Settings. It's here that we can specify when media is sent, when it's captured or when it's rendered. The same place in Media Composer is called the Media Creation Settings.

We can access it two ways. We can either go to our Settings tab in the project window and scroll down and find Media Creation that way. There it is. Or alternatively, I could go to the Tools menu and drop down to Media Creation this way instead. And you could see Command+5 is the keyboard shortcut to bring this dialog up. So just like when I create a project in Final Cut, I should always first go to my Scratch Disk Location and check the integrity of that, the same is true with Media Composer.

When I create a project in Media Com...

Understanding media resolutions and locations
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Understanding media resolutions and locations 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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