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  • Bullet List with AvidFX

    Although Avid Title Tool and Avid Marquee are capable of handling most types of Text effects, it can be nice to find a quick way of using a Title template to do some more advanced effect. AvidFX has a very powerful Title tool under the bonnet. Here is a look at a quick way of creating a Bullet List....
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Wed, Mar 25 2009
  • Global Audio Adjustment

    Not the only way to do it. But here is one way that I have found that makes sense to me. Also included is a little tip on resetting the Volume Slider to zero. Regards, Douglas The playback screen can be maximised by clicking on the "Full-Screen" button on the control strip.
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Mon, Mar 16 2009
  • Add your own Transitions to the "Quick Transition" Menu

    I'd like to thank Pixel Monkey for starting a very interesting thread in Avid's Tips & Tutorials area. His first post gave me the inspiration for this Tutorial. The url to his thread is: http://community.avid.com/forums/t/62367.aspx The "Quick Transition" Menu has a choice of: Disslove...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Fri, Mar 6 2009
  • Avid Pan & Zoom

    This Tutorial is longer than I usually produce. This is due to the fact that I want to show a few of the pitfalls that I met when trying to learn this technique. The actual Pan & Zoom part is covered by a very informative Avid Xpress Pro product quick tour video. It can be found at: http://community...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Thu, Feb 19 2009
  • Nudge Nudge!

    The default keyboard has a set of very useful "nudge" commands mapped to four of the keys. Newcomers might miss these in their initial meeting with MC. Maybe you can find some use for them! Regards, Douglas The playback screen can be maximised by using the "Full-screen" button in...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Fri, Feb 6 2009
  • Playback Sequences in the Bin

    There are times when you want to check out a sequence without having it replace the sequence that is already on the timeline. Here is how to playback a sequence while it is still in the Bin. Regards, Douglas The playback screen can be maximised by using the "Full-screen" button in the control...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Fri, Feb 6 2009
  • Remove an Object using Motion Tracking and Clone Painting

    To do this skilfully and efficiently is not easy. I think it is necessary to try a very simple approach in order to learn the basics. Then , when you are at home with the basics, it is time to begin studying the manual and watching some of the excellent tutorials by those who really understand the intricacies...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Sun, Feb 1 2009
  • Pseudo Timelapse

    The long GOP structure of HDV make life difficult if you want to create a timelapse video. The workaround I use is done by taking a video of the complete event then use the Motion Effect Editor to create the effect by timewarping. Regards, Douglas The playback screen can be maximised by using the "Full...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Fri, Jan 30 2009
  • The Replace Edit Button

    It's not in your default layout. If you've never heard of it you probably will never look for it, let alone find it. So here it is......... Regards Douglas PS. This tutorial has been updated after Siencs kindly pointed out an important point I had missed in the original Tutorial. Thank you Siencs...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Mon, Jan 26 2009
  • Trimming to a Mark

    We all have our own preferences in trimming. Some do it this way and others that way. Once we have found a method we are comfortable with, we tend to stick to it. Here is a trimming tip that may be new and interesting to some of you. Regards, Douglas Don't forget that there is a "Play Full Screen"...
    Posted to Avid Community Tutorials (Forum) by marianna on Fri, Jan 23 2009
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