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This tutorial is on Favorite Bins in Avid Media Composer. We’ll go through what Favorite Bins are, how to create them, how to delete them and how to customize them.
Question of the Week: What kind of bins are you putting in your Favorite Bins folder?
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I’m going to start my Favorite Bins folder out with Quick Transitions, FX, Title Templates, SFX and Backgrounds. I think that’s a good start and I’ll go from there and see how this works for me. You?