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Avid Media Composer Software Leveling the Playing Field

GeniusDV is now offering Avid Media Composer Training. As many of you have heard by now, Media Composer will be offered in a sofware only version starting at $4,995 dollars and at an education price of $295. This means smaller production boutiques who had once deemed the Composer Hardware as slightly out reach due to price can get into the game. If you smell the scent of opportunity in the air, as many are, consider preparing yourself and your staff to be more competitive in the marketplace.

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We recieve many questions here at GeniusDV regarding timeline translation between Final Cut Pro and various Avid systems. If your company is thinking about investing in the Media Composer software and you want to give it a test drive by finishing a minor project that you have already started in Final Cut Pro, you'll be glad to know that there is a ware out there that can make that migration far less of a headache. Automatic Duck will allow you to translate a Final Cut Pro Sequence into the Avid Media Composer. Here is a list of the Avid systems that are supported by Automatic Duck.

- 30i and 25i projects in Meridien based avid system: Symphony, Media Composer (including Adrenaline), Xpress, Xpress Pro and Xpress DV

- 24fps is not supported

- ABVB-based system are not supported

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Upconverting SD to HD in Final Cut Pro was the previous entry in this blog.

Corrupt files and Avid Express Pro (Revisited) is the next entry in this blog.

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