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Avid: April 2011 Archives

This is an updated tutorial to reflect changes in Media Composer 5.X. 

Note: The advanced keyframe editor in 5.0 defaults to a ease-in / ease-out movement when keyframing basic motion effects.  Therefore, you need to change the interpolation to linear if you want to create a moving filmstrip effect.

That being said, in Media Composer 5.5, the default has been reset back to linear, so you won't have to perform that step.


It's almost not worth doing an entire video tutorial for this, but this is something that I find VERY useful when working in Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer.

When you are working on a specific project, you may want to consider configuring the sidebar within the Finder window to point to the various directories that contain your media assets.  You may find that this will save you time without having to constantly navigate through the hierarchy of folders to find things.  

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