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Show all files. Search icon An illustration of a magnifying glass. Click on the Consolidate button at the bottom of the window. Master Clips that have the extension. The duration of each Master Clip will be only whatever it is in the sequence or subclip, plus the added duration of the handles.

A new sequence with the addition of. Consolidated at the end. This sequence is linked to the. In the case of subclips, Media Composer creates new Master Clips that are the total duration including handles as well the as new subclips that are the duration of the original subclips.

Before Transcoding a sequence, it is recommended that you carry out a small test of the process to familiarize yourself with additional options and results. These additional options include, but are not limited to, Debayer settings found in the Media Creation settings for RED footage, which also need to be configured. The steps that follow focus on only one specific result. Some formats cannot be Consolidated copied using their original codec, and Media Composer will alert you that they will also need to have their codec also known as resolution changed during the copy process.

Transcoding a sequence simply means that you’ll be making copies of only the portions of the media files that are being referred to by your sequence. Essentially, Media Composer will take each shot used in the sequence and make a brand new Master Clip for it. Further, as it generates new media files, it will also be changing the media files’ codec. Unlike Consolidating, Transcoding does not offer the option to delete the original media files after it has completed the Transcoding process.

Before Transcoding a sequence, it is a very wise idea to first make a backup copy and place it in its own well-labeled bin for example, My Movie Before Transcode. This extra version protects you in case you make an error, and will help to keep your project organized for future reference. First, review the information presented earlier in this chapter, in the Transcoding AMA Master Clips before beginning to edit recipe. In the Project Window select the Format tab.

New clips created through the Transcode operation are in the project format. When you transcode a clip across formats, for example if you transcode a clip in a project, the Reformat bin setting determines how the clip is conformed to the new format. For details on the Reformat option, see the Getting the AMA file’s image to display as desired recipe.

Be sure to select the Create new sequence check box. Even though I suggested earlier that you make a backup copy manually prior to the Transcode process, this provides an additional layer of protection.

Click on the Transcode button at the bottom of the window. The duration of each clip will be whatever it is in the sequence plus the added duration of the handles.

Transcoded at the end. We’re often given still images in formats such as. Further, there will be instances when you’ll need to import a QuickTime file rather than AMA link to it. For example, you’ve been given a motion graphic that contains an Alpha Channel transparency information that is meant to be composited on top of video.

AMA linking will not recognize the Alpha Channel, so you must import it. See Avid Media Composer Help for additional information. The search term is BWF. What does Avid Media Composer mean when it uses the term Import? In Media Composer, Import means that new media is created during the import process. The format of the media created is dictated by the settings in your Project Window’s Format tab.

The resolution is dictated in your Media Creation settings. For comparison, Adobe After Effects also uses the term import, except that in its case it is only pointing linking to the file rather than making new media as Media Composer does. If you want to animate within a still image often referred to as The Ken Burns Effect , you will most likely not want to import the image since that restricts the image size to that of your current format, which would mean having to scale the image up in order to pan and tilt across it.

Scaling up reduces the quality of the image. You may also want to investigate other plug-ins available for this effect from the Marketplace menu. Organize your files. Some suggestions are in the A strategy for Project organization at the desktop level recipe, earlier in this chapter. Project Window Format tab. Open the Media Creation settings using any of these methods:. Tools menu Media Creation. Project Window Settings tab, and then double-click on Media Creation.

In the Media Creation window select the Import tab. Click on OK to close the Media Creation window. In the Import Settings window, click on the Image tab. In the Image tab, you’ll select the appropriate options for your situation.

A brief explanation of these options is in the There’s more… section that follows this recipe of steps. Click on the OK button to close the Import Settings window. Method 1: Drag the file s from their location on a drive directly into a bin. All the settings you previously set will dictate how the media will be created and on which drive the media will be stored. Once you drop the files into the bin, both the Master Clips and media will be created. Layered Photoshop files will open an additional dialog window.

Those options are discussed after the There’s more… section that follows this recipe. Method 2: Select an open bin. Then, either right-click within the bin and select Import from the Contextual menu or go to the File menu and select Import. Be aware that when using Method 2, note that in the Select Files To Import window you will have the ability to do the following:.

Click on the Options button to access the Import Settings. In the Select Files To Import window, navigate to the file s you want to import. The Import Settings window can be a bit confusing, so let’s go over the options in the Image tab. This selection relates to how the image will be scaled during the import:.

Image sized for current format : This means that the file is the same frame size as the video format you are using. In other words:. On the other hand, if your project is DV and your graphic is x , then Media Composer will remove crop the extra six lines. By either padding or cropping, it means that your image will not be subtly distorted. Do not resize smaller images : Images smaller than your video format will not be resized and will appear in the center of the frame.

Images with an Alpha channel will have a transparent area surrounding them while those without will have black surrounding them. Resize image to fit format raster : Whether larger or smaller, the image will be scaled to fit within your video format’s size.

If your image is longer horizontally, then it will be scaled until it reaches the left and right edges of the frame. If your image is longer vertically, then it will be scaled until it reaches the top and bottom edges of the frame. Any remaining areas will be filled with black.

Note that if your release of Media Composer is not allowing this to work within a 16 x 9 SD project, the workaround is to switch to an HD format, import, and then switch back. This section relates to how the luminance brightness and the chrominance will be interpreted during the import:. Selecting this option tells Media Composer to adjust the image during the import so it fits properly into the broadcast levels.

Specifically, the darkest value in the graphic is mapped to the level of video black for your video format and the brightest value is mapped to the level of video white. All other values are adjusted proportionately. If the file has fine gradients and you notice there is banding in the final imported image, try this. The extra operation it performs adds some noise dithering that may help to reduce or hide the banding. For files created in other applications, such as Photoshop or After Effects, this will be infrequent.

The following are the additional selections within the Import dialog window:. Frame Import Duration : When you import a still image, you can tell Media Composer how long you’d like the duration of the Master Clip to be. Media Composer will only create a frame or two which Avid calls a Slide of actual media, so you can set any duration you like without worrying that the media will take up a lot of drive space.

This simply instructs Media Composer to refer to the “slide” over and over again for the duration that you specify. Autodetect Sequentially-Numbered Files : Choose this option if you are given a folder containing many files where each represents one frame for example, of an animation. They’ll be numbered in order sequentially. During import you would select only the first file in the folder not all the files. Media Composer will then automatically look for file number two, then file number three, and so on autodetection.

When the import is completed, Media Composer will have assembled all the files frames into one single Master Clip. Be sure to leave this option deselected if you are not importing sequentially-numbered files for the purpose of assembling them into a single Master Clip upon import.

Field Ordering in File : This is not to be confused with Field Dominance ; these options only apply to interlaced video formats. If your video format is progressive, these options will not be displayed. Before you can know what to select here, it’s pretty helpful to know what the native field order is for different video formats:. With that knowledge, the details on the Field Order import selections, which follow, will be more useful:.

Ordered for current format : Use this for still images without fields, and for importing still images and video files with fields that match the field order of your video format. Odd Upper Field First : Choose this option if there is a mismatch between the graphic file’s field order and the video format of your project. Specifically, the file is a format with Odd field order and the project’s video format has Even field order.

Even Lower Field First : Choose this option if there is a mismatch between the graphic file’s field order and the video format of your project. Specifically, the file is a format with Even field order and the project’s video format has Odd field order.

Alpha Channel : The Alpha Channel is grayscale and is used to define the opaque and transparent areas. This takes the grayscale Alpha Channel information in the file and inverts it to conform to how Avid Media Composer likes it black is opaque.

Ignore : The Alpha Channel information is discarded during import, and the file that is created will be opaque rather than a Real Time Matte Key. When you import a Photoshop file with two or more layers, Media Composer will give you an additional dialog window with the following options:. It also assembles each Master Clip layer into a completed sequence just as in the Photoshop file. If you have applied Layer Styles, you’ll want to first duplicate your Photoshop file as a backup version.

Then, within that duplicate, you will need to merge all the layer effects into the layers themselves before importing into Media Composer. Flattened Image : All the layers in the graphic file are married together into one single Master Clip.

Select Layers : This feature allows you to choose just the layers you want from the file. Each layer will become a separate Master Clip. Naming the layers in your graphic file will be very helpful if you plan to use this option. If your file also contains audio, then the Adjusting audio levels before editing , Adjusting audio pan settings before editing and Setting stereo-audio tracks recipes may be helpful.

There are a couple different methods to import audio files or files containing audio , which I’ll cover here. Check out the sections that follow for some additional audio tips and settings. Organize your files before importing. Some suggestions are in the A strategy for project organization at the desktop level recipe. Go to the Media Creation settings using any of these methods:. From the Drive menu set a destination for the imported media.

This is an optional step: adjust Import Settings as discussed in the Adjusting audio levels before editing , Adjusting audio pan settings before editing , and Setting stereo-audio tracks recipes.

Then, either right-click and select Import from the Contextual menu or go to the File menu and select Import. When using Method 2 note that in the Select Files To Import window, you have the ability to do the following:. Click on the Open button. The Adjusting audio levels before editing , Adjusting audio pan settings before editing , and Setting stereo-audio tracks recipes. There will be times when a Master Clip’s audio levels are too loud as is very often the case with imported audio or too low, and you want to adjust the level setting before playing it in the Source Window or editing it into your sequence.

There are three methods available. The steps that follow present one method, and the other two can be found in the There’s more None of the methods make any changes to the actual media file s. Each method just applies a setting for the Master Clip that can be adjusted at any time, including in the sequence. Clip menu Apply Gain. The following are two additional methods to adjust audio levels before editing clips into the sequence:.

This is particularly helpful when importing music and sound effects, as they generally come in very loud. I find that adjusting to a level of is a good starting point, as it can always be adjusted later:. If you want this setting to be applied only to audio coming from a CD rather than from all the audio files, check the box that says CD Only. Now, when you import an audio file or a video file containing audio , this level setting will automatically be applied.

Open the Audio Mixer tool from the Tools menu. This is done by clicking on the Audio Mixer Mode button in the upper right-hand corner of the Audio Mixer tool. With the Source Window active, the level adjustment you make to the Master Clip using the Audio Mixer will be applied before you edit it into your sequence.

This is particularly helpful when you have a mono clip for example, a voice over or separate mics on each channel of a multitrack clip for example, an interviewer on channel one and the interview subject on channel two. In these instances, there’s no need to edit the audio onto two tracks to make it play out of both the left and right speakers channels. Instead you can set the clip to split the one signal out to both the left and right channel, so you only have to edit it onto one track.

This panning operation goes by several names center pan, mid, or mono , but it all means the same thing. One thing to be aware of is that when you center pan a clip, the audio level will be reduced by about 3 dB due to the nature of how Media Composer deals with how we perceive audio levels when panned called the Pan Law. So, depending on your situation, you may find that after setting a clip to mid you will need to increase the level by 3 dB in order to return it to its level prior to being center panned.

There are three methods available to center pan a clip depending on your needs. While we would like to see greater H. Avid Technology, Inc. Log into your account. Forgot your password? Password recovery. Recover your password. Get help. Home Reviews Software. Free eBook. Get My Free eBook. He currently owns his own post-production services company, working as an Independent Project Manager, Editor, and Colorist. He is also a contributing Editor to Digital Video magazine and the Creative Planet websites, writing and lecturing about editing and post-production technologies and products.

That same year, Michael was recognized with a Massachusetts Innovator of the Year award. His producing and editing credits include, Johnny Slade’s Greatest Hits , Patriots , Jack in the Box for editing, and Leon The Professional , Milk , and the award-winning documentary Cinematographer Style for digital post consultation and supervision; and recently completing the DI conform on The Iceman. Michael has lectured around the world on the ever-changing nature of digital processes, spoken at industry forums, and conducted workshops on digital post-production.

He has been awarded over 10 patents from the United States Patent Office for digital synchronization of picture and sound, and other editing technologies pertaining to 24 frame editing, as well as compositing, interactive media transmedia , and surround sound technologies.

Michael is currently developing tools for story discovery. Michael is directing research and development of new technology solutions for the digital production process extending workflow consulting to Cineworks clients as well as industry manufacturers on workflow.

Roger Shufflebottom is an Editor living and working in the United Kingdom. He started editing documentaries and TV series on mm film and got his hands on an Avid system for the first time in He proudly says that he never did any tape-to-tape editing professionally! You might want to visit www. You can upgrade to the eBook version at www.

Get in touch with us at for more details. At www. Do you need instant solutions to your IT questions? PacktLib is Packt’s online digital book library. Here, you can access, read and search across Packt’s entire library of books. If you have an account with Packt at www. Simply use your login credentials for immediate access. Whether you’re just beginning your use of Avid Media Composer or you’ve been using it for some time, I believe this book contains a great deal of useful, time-saving, and frustration-reducing information for users at all experience levels.

Further, I believe this book fills a particular gap in the Avid Media Composer publications that are currently available. Because the features and abilities of Avid Media Composer are so broad, encompassing editing, sound design, color correction, and visual effects, I decided to focus this book primarily on the core story-telling needs we have every day; essentially, getting footage into the system, editing, and audio mixing.

I first began learning Avid Media Composer in through trial and error. Nonlinear editing and the Internet were still in their infancy, and there weren’t any books on Avid Media Composer. So, I did my best to learn by reading the manual.

My frustrations came when I’d read about a procedure or tool in the manual, but it didn’t include a definition of it or context for when it would be useful. So, in addition to providing the step-by-step instructions, as cookbooks published by Packt Publishing promise, I’ve included many definitions of industry and Media Composer-specific terms, explanations of why tools and functions behave as they do, and situations when they would be helpful.

In many ways, this is one of the books I wish I had had all those years ago. I’d also like to mention that some incredibly knowledgeable people have helped me by reviewing this book’s content while I was writing it: Michael Phillips, Oliver Peters, and Roger Shufflebottom.

These very generous gentlemen are talented professionals whom you may find yourself meeting, consulting, or working with in the future. I encourage you to read their biographies, which are included in this book, and you’ll see how fortunate I was to have them on the team. Chapter 2, Customizing Your Work Environment , has a goal to show you some great features to help you work more comfortably, swiftly, and efficiently.

Chapter 3, Polishing Gems , explains that there are many useful features, gems if you will, that go underutilized. Chapter 5, Maintaining and Regaining Sync , focuses on giving you a solid understanding of why Avid Media Composer works the way it does regarding sync, how you can be in complete control of staying in sync when using any of the editing modes without Sync Locks enabled , what Sync Locks do and how they work, and what to do if you find yourself out of sync.

Chapter 6, Managing Your Media Files , has a goal to take some of the mystery out of dealing with media files, using the Media Tool, and helping you through some common media management situations. Chapter 7, Mono and Stereo Audio Mixing , centers on many of the common audio mixing and effects tasks and challenges when working on a mono or stereo project. Chapter 8, Editing with Group Clips and MultiCamera Mode , covers several methods to sync all the footage from different cameras used in a multiple-camera production, and how to edit with this footage in an efficient way using the features that Media Composer provides.

Chapter 9, Output Tips and Tricks , includes topics for creating bars and tone; adjusting your sequence to accommodate bars, tone, and slate; an overview of exporting still images and QuickTime movies; and familiarizing yourself with the Timecode Burn-In effect.

This chapter examines some of the commonly overlooked behaviors and features of the Title Tool. Appendix A, Additional Tips, Tricks, and Explanations , has additional helpful information about various functions and features that did not fit into the step-by-step format of a cookbook published by Packt Publishing.

Appendix B, Details on Trimming, Slipping, Sliding, and Segment Mode , provides helpful background and supplemental information for users at all levels to help demystify, and get more use from, Trim Mode and Segment Mode.

You can download a day free trial of Avid Media Composer at Avid. While this book focuses on Avid Media Composer Version 6, because Avid has done a great job of preserving the majority of functionalities as the software has evolved, a great deal of the information will still be useful to those using other releases of the software. This book is intended as an additional resource for Avid Media Composer users ranging from those just beginning through intermediate users looking for a deeper understanding of the functionality of the software, tips, and tricks.

In this book, you will find a number of styles of text that distinguish between different kinds of information. Here are some examples of these styles, and an explanation of their meaning. Code words in text are shown as follows: Project settings are located inside the Project folder along with the bins and folders that you created.

New terms and important words are shown in bold. Words that you see on the screen, in menus or dialog boxes for example, appear in the text like this: On the Record Track Selector Panel, enable only the V1 Track Selector.

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Prevent editing with audio that does not match the Project’s Sample Rate. Deleting specific media files from clips for example, just the A3 and A4 files.

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However, Packt Publishing cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information. Benjamin Hershleder Hershleder. He teaches as an adjunct professor at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, at Avid Authorized Training Partner institutions, and also provides private, customized training to individuals and facilities. Hershleder is an award-winning Producer-Director and accomplished Editor.

Benjamin is currently completing the follow-up to this film. His background in post-production also includes editing the indie-feature film Hollywood Capri , two years as an editor for E! Thanks to all those with the willingness and patience to teach me throughout my life.

Thanks to all my students over the many years; I learned a lot from you, too. Oliver Peters has worked in the television, film, and entertainment industries since During his career, he worked for numerous years at Century III, the resident post-production facility at Universal Studios, Florida, which he helped design and manage.

He currently owns his own post-production services company, working as an Independent Project Manager, Editor, and Colorist. He is also a contributing Editor to Digital Video magazine and the Creative Planet websites, writing and lecturing about editing and post-production technologies and products. That same year, Michael was recognized with a Massachusetts Innovator of the Year award.

His producing and editing credits include, Johnny Slade’s Greatest Hits , Patriots , Jack in the Box for editing, and Leon The Professional , Milk , and the award-winning documentary Cinematographer Style for digital post consultation and supervision; and recently completing the DI conform on The Iceman.

Michael has lectured around the world on the ever-changing nature of digital processes, spoken at industry forums, and conducted workshops on digital post-production.

He has been awarded over 10 patents from the United States Patent Office for digital synchronization of picture and sound, and other editing technologies pertaining to 24 frame editing, as well as compositing, interactive media transmedia , and surround sound technologies. Michael is currently developing tools for story discovery.

Michael is directing research and development of new technology solutions for the digital production process extending workflow consulting to Cineworks clients as well as industry manufacturers on workflow. Roger Shufflebottom is an Editor living and working in the United Kingdom. He started editing documentaries and TV series on mm film and got his hands on an Avid system for the first time in He proudly says that he never did any tape-to-tape editing professionally!

You might want to visit www. You can upgrade to the eBook version at www. Get in touch with us at for more details. At www. Do you need instant solutions to your IT questions? PacktLib is Packt’s online digital book library. Here, you can access, read and search across Packt’s entire library of books. If you have an account with Packt at www. Simply use your login credentials for immediate access.

Whether you’re just beginning your use of Avid Media Composer or you’ve been using it for some time, I believe this book contains a great deal of useful, time-saving, and frustration-reducing information for users at all experience levels. Further, I believe this book fills a particular gap in the Avid Media Composer publications that are currently available. Because the features and abilities of Avid Media Composer are so broad, encompassing editing, sound design, color correction, and visual effects, I decided to focus this book primarily on the core story-telling needs we have every day; essentially, getting footage into the system, editing, and audio mixing.

I first began learning Avid Media Composer in through trial and error. Nonlinear editing and the Internet were still in their infancy, and there weren’t any books on Avid Media Composer. So, I did my best to learn by reading the manual.

My frustrations came when I’d read about a procedure or tool in the manual, but it didn’t include a definition of it or context for when it would be useful. So, in addition to providing the step-by-step instructions, as cookbooks published by Packt Publishing promise, I’ve included many definitions of industry and Media Composer-specific terms, explanations of why tools and functions behave as they do, and situations when they would be helpful.

In many ways, this is one of the books I wish I had had all those years ago. I’d also like to mention that some incredibly knowledgeable people have helped me by reviewing this book’s content while I was writing it: Michael Phillips, Oliver Peters, and Roger Shufflebottom. These very generous gentlemen are talented professionals whom you may find yourself meeting, consulting, or working with in the future. I encourage you to read their biographies, which are included in this book, and you’ll see how fortunate I was to have them on the team.

Chapter 2, Customizing Your Work Environment , has a goal to show you some great features to help you work more comfortably, swiftly, and efficiently. Chapter 3, Polishing Gems , explains that there are many useful features, gems if you will, that go underutilized. Chapter 5, Maintaining and Regaining Sync , focuses on giving you a solid understanding of why Avid Media Composer works the way it does regarding sync, how you can be in complete control of staying in sync when using any of the editing modes without Sync Locks enabled , what Sync Locks do and how they work, and what to do if you find yourself out of sync.

Chapter 6, Managing Your Media Files , has a goal to take some of the mystery out of dealing with media files, using the Media Tool, and helping you through some common media management situations. Chapter 7, Mono and Stereo Audio Mixing , centers on many of the common audio mixing and effects tasks and challenges when working on a mono or stereo project.

Chapter 8, Editing with Group Clips and MultiCamera Mode , covers several methods to sync all the footage from different cameras used in a multiple-camera production, and how to edit with this footage in an efficient way using the features that Media Composer provides. Chapter 9, Output Tips and Tricks , includes topics for creating bars and tone; adjusting your sequence to accommodate bars, tone, and slate; an overview of exporting still images and QuickTime movies; and familiarizing yourself with the Timecode Burn-In effect.

This chapter examines some of the commonly overlooked behaviors and features of the Title Tool. Appendix A, Additional Tips, Tricks, and Explanations , has additional helpful information about various functions and features that did not fit into the step-by-step format of a cookbook published by Packt Publishing. Appendix B, Details on Trimming, Slipping, Sliding, and Segment Mode , provides helpful background and supplemental information for users at all levels to help demystify, and get more use from, Trim Mode and Segment Mode.

You can download a day free trial of Avid Media Composer at Avid. While this book focuses on Avid Media Composer Version 6, because Avid has done a great job of preserving the majority of functionalities as the software has evolved, a great deal of the information will still be useful to those using other releases of the software.

This book is intended as an additional resource for Avid Media Composer users ranging from those just beginning through intermediate users looking for a deeper understanding of the functionality of the software, tips, and tricks.

In this book, you will find a number of styles of text that distinguish between different kinds of information. Here are some examples of these styles, and an explanation of their meaning.

 
 

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