As most people know, I do a lot of tutorials that revolve around Avid Media Composer. Well, I’ve done a new tutorial series over at Avid Blogs that centers around High Rez workflows, inside of Avid Media Composer. In this third video, we’ll be working in a 4K project, and get the conversation going by starting with the concept of Color Encoding/FrameFlex adjustments, then we’ll move onto explaining how to use the Proxy Timeline, as well as looking at stylistic adjustments like LUTs. Finally, I will show you three great and useful new features in Media Composer.
- Color encoding inside the Source Settings
- Working with FrameFlex
- The Proxy Timeline
- Color Lookup Tables (LUTs)
- Mask Margins, Display Color Space, and Color Info Tool
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