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Do you still need a video IO solution? Or, assuming I have a calibrated sRGB monitor, can I eyeball it inside MC? If so, do I still choose "rec709 full range" as my record monitor display, or sRGB?

Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Daniel Frome on Wed, May 24 2017

Re: Audio Peaking

Thanks Job, that's very useful information.

Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Michael Freedman on Wed, May 24 2017

Title to appear from behind moving horizon

Sorry to have to post this basic question, but its driving me crazy as I can figure out why its not working: I need a static title to appear from behind a horizon that moves vertically down the screen. I have the b/g on V1, a duplicate on v3 and the title on V2 I applied animate fx to V3 using a polygon to create travelling matte. result is a key between...

Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Mark on Wed, May 24 2017

Re: Audio Peaking

Sound effects and music tracks on (commercial) CD's and files are usually normalized to 0dB Full Scale after or during mastering. That means that the track is made exactly so loud that the loudest element or elements in a track will live at the absolute maximum digital level, which is 0dBFS. Depending on how hot they are mastered, they may occasionally...

Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Job ter Burg on Wed, May 24 2017

Audio Peaking

Hello, I am using a music track to edit with in Avid MC and it is peaking in the very loud parts. It is a very well known song and the recording is of a high quality so I am confused as to why it is peaking in Avid. In fact most of my audio, including sound effects are peaking, i am wondering if there is something that I am doing wrong. I have my audio...

Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Michael Freedman on Wed, May 24 2017

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