Performing a digital cut


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Performing a digital cut

So once your sequence is all set, you can safely print to tape. In this movie, we'll explore the Digital Cut tool and a couple of the more popular options you have in laying your sequence to tape. First, let's go over the various types of digital cut and what each means for your delivery. An Insert Edit is the most precise method of digital cut and gives you an exact level of frame accurate control. And in Insert Edit, the sequence time code exactly matches the timecode that is pre-laid to the tape. Only video and audio are printed to the tape from Media Composer, not the timecode.

Therefore, to perform an Insert Edit, you need to pre-black an entire tape, which means that you have taken the time to record a black video signal to it, laying an control track down on the entire tape. An Assemble Edit also needs control track laid on the tape, but only at the very beginning. After the initial grab onto the control track, Media Composer lays timecode from the sequence itself, so video, ...

Performing a digital cut
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Performing a digital cut provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 5 Essential Training

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Video
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Media Composer
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