Many different editing platforms and NLEs have their own ways of collaborating and sharing projects, and Zack demonstrates an incredibly simple yet useful way to share sequences and media between team members without the need for expensive sharing software or platforms that simply involves creating simple folders.
- [Instructor] When it comes to different NLEs,…everybody collaborates very differently.…Whether you're working with Avid, Premier,…Final Cut Pro or even another program entirely,…they all have their unique ways of sharing…project files, bins and media.…So before going any further I want to let you know…that I don't plan to jump into the black hole…of an argument about who's system is best.…Instead I want to show you a super easy way…to share custom media with your collaborators…without any complicated systems or upgrades.…I've used this system myself for years…to ensure that when working simultaneously…on the same cut with another editor…or my assistant that we never lose track…of the right version of our sequence…and more importantly we don't accidentally…delete somebody else's work.…
This process is called transfer bins…and it takes less than five minutes to set up.…In this lesson I'm going to demonstrate…specifically using Avid Media Composer…and at the end of the lesson I'll briefly mention…how the system can be used with Adobe Premier.…
- File management
- Time blocking
- Cleaning up your email inbox
- Organizing and prioritizing notifications
- Selecting apps to help you with task and time management
- Filtering email messages and paperwork
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Q: Why can't I earn a Certificate of Completion for this course?
A: We publish a new tutorial or tutorials for this course on a regular basis. We are unable to offer a Certificate of Completion because it is an ever-evolving course that is not designed to be completed. Check back often for new movies.