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.
It's easy to blame amateur equipment for the amateur look of a project when you're a beginner. Many of us play the hand we're dealt when it comes to producing video. We use the camera we can afford, and we make the best of the editing system we have. We're no strangers to using workarounds to perform even the most basic tasks. Some might say this builds character, and they're probably right.
Love Avid Studio. About to set up new computer when Ivy Bridge comes out and would like to know if anyone knows if there is any benefit in using the Nvidia Quadro 4000 video card over Ivy Bridge internal HD4000. Or would Nvidia GTX580 be OK or is this still an overkill? Or would just using Ivy Bridges HD4000 be OK?
Just this last week, Adobe decided to take advantage of the dissatisfaction with Final Cut Pro by announcing an upgrade program for anyone who has bought any version of Apple Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer. Basically, those who make the switch will get a 50 percent discount on either Adobe Premiere CS5.5 or Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium.
Just curious to know which is the comparison between new Avid Studio and last release Studio 15 which product you trust to be the best investment for an user. Somebody has evaluate this new release and can we continue to trust Avid product? or to switch to another NLE software ?
After having to reinstall Liquid 7.2 and updating to 4296 everything works except when I export out Mpeg 2 or AVI including fuse. What happens is the cross dissolves and titles have either green overlay or horizontallines running across.
Now window Media Video and Quick times files are fine. I assume it's an encoding problem with Mpeg and AVI, perhaps I do not have something I need. I'm not even sure how to word this problem to search on the closed Avid Liquid forum.