This tutorial teaches you how to change the volume on clips in Avid Media Composer.
This tutorial is on how to use the Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop. I’ll remove a object from the sky in a picture I took of the Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, Japan.
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? Below are useful links related to the tutorial: Quick … Read more
This tutorial is on how to create a soft drop shadow on a title in Avid Media Composer. We’ll go through how to create a title, add a stroke, add a drop shadow, how to soften the drop shadow and how to save the title and insert it into a sequence.
This tutorial is on how to create a freeze frame in Avid Media Composer. I’ll show you how to perform a match frame, create a new freeze frame, how to add it to the timeline and how to adjust it.
This week’s tutorial is on my three favorite keyboard shortcuts in Adobe After Effects. I’ll show you how to split a layer into two, how to trim a layer’s in and out points to the time indicator and more.
This tutorial is on how to zoom in and out of your Record Monitor in Avid Media Composer. I’ll show you a couple ways to do this and how to move around the monitor with the Hand Tool. Question of the Week: What’s the newest shortcut you’ve learned? Below are some useful links mentioned in … Read more
This tutorial goes over some essential timeline keyboard shortcuts in Avid Media Composer. I’ll go through how to zoom in, zoom out, zoom out to show the entire timeline and how to zoom to just a specific area. Get the clips used in the tutorial on VideoHive! I come out with a new tutorial every Friday. … Read more
This tutorial is on clip color in Avid Media Composer. I show you two ways to set clip color, how to remove it and how to set it to any color you want.
This tutorial is overviews the Paint Effect in Avid Media Composer. You’ll learn the following modes: Solid, Clone, Blur, Saturation & Erase.