If you've been thinking that Media Composer is a little to daunting to get started with, than the last part of this five part series will get you up and running lightning quick!
In the last lesson in our five part look at how to “Get Started Fast with Avid Media Composer 7”, we take a look at delivering your finished product. In this lesson, I demonstrate how to move your finished project from Media Composer. Whether you are destined for the web, creating a DVD or Blu-Ray, or outputting to tape, you’ll learn how to get the right export every time. I also explain how to export your sequence for an Avid Pro Tools audio session. If you are sending your timelines to audio post, this lesson is a must see. Also, I'm going to show you how you can use the included Sorenson Squeeze to not only quickly compress a file for YouTube, but have Squeeze upload the file for you! This lesson concludes our look at how to get started fast with Media Composer. Our next series will cover everything that Final Cut Pro 7 editors need to know, now that they've made the switch to Media Composer.
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Kevin P Mcauliffe is a Senior Editor at DG MIJO, in Toronto. You can send him an e-mail at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @kpmcauliffe.