Avid editors everywhere, including users of Avid's popular Media Composer software, though not the latest version: Media Composer 7, need to be aware of an important change that is about to take place at Avid that will require immediate action.
Some people believe that all it takes is a little magic to create a video. A wave of the hand and “Presto!” the editing magician’s video is now a reality on screen. This is now closer to reality than ever before as HP announced they’ll be offering the HP Envy 17 with Leap Motion.
Avid Media Composer has been the industry-standard in nonlinear editing for television and film for over a quarter-century. With their latest version of the Media Composer family and lowered price, Avid appeals to a broader market.
Time is money and simple keyboard shortcuts pave the way to faster editing. From navigating the timeline to adding default transitions, these six essential shortcuts will fine tune your editing skills in Premiere Pro.
Look at the news, sports or most any commercial and you’re seeing them: flying logos, animated shapes and eye-catching lower thirds appearing and vanishing. They convey information, beef up production value and create professional presentations. So why not put them to work for you?
Adobe launches a new era with its Creative Cloud family of software and services for the creative community. The traditional software of the former Creative Suite is now more streamlined and robust than ever before. New programs and coinciding services take advantage of today’s networking bandwidth to provide a platform that will generate new means of content creation and delivery.
If you’ve got fast action in a scene, but you need to reveal more detail for dramatic effect, using time remapping to perform a speed ramp is a great technique. Transitioning from real-time or even faster than real-time to slow motion can produce truly dynamic results. In this segment, we take footage shot at 60 and 120 frames per second, and show you how to create simple speed ramps in Adobe Premiere Pro using the time remapping tool
Adobe is a longtime provider of tools used by video professionals and enthusiasts. The new Adobe Creative Cloud builds on that tradition by expanding the capabilities of its software platform with specific upgrades that are better for editing video.