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Recent User Groups Forum Activity

Re: Time to UPREZ. Best practices?

Yes you can unlink clips from, Avid media but there is a risk when you relink that it will link to the old media and not the source AMA clips. Depending how many clips there are you can use reveal file...

posted by Pat Horridge on Fri, Oct 19 2018

Re: Time to UPREZ. Best practices?

Thanks Pat! Question: " I would then delete the media for all those clips so they go offline." I assume you're referring to the clips that will be replaced with the new, AMA linked and transcoded...

posted by Michael Buday on Fri, Oct 19 2018

Re: Time to UPREZ. Best practices?

Create video mixdown of whole sequence so you have a guide With sequence in new fresh bin use set bin display show source reference clips. Copy all those clips (and not the seq to a new fresh bin. Using...

posted by Pat Horridge on Fri, Oct 19 2018

Time to UPREZ. Best practices?

Hi all, I have a massive 1 1/2 hour doc that I'm going to start uprezzing this week, and I need some advice from more experienced AVID users. Target format is UHD, 23.98 OFFLINE: 1080P/23.98 ONLINE...

posted by Michael Buday on Thu, Oct 18 2018

Re: Pro Tools and Get Good Drums Modern and Massive

Hi horvathl, This is the Video Pro Community, for Audio related please go to the DUC RalphC

posted by RalphC on Tue, Oct 09 2018

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The Avid Toronto Editors will hold its next meeting at The Royal, on Tuesday June 21, 2011 from 6:30 to 9:00 PM, They are glad to have some of Canada’s top editors discussing their art, work and how they got their start.  This panel includes James Bredin (Little Mosque, Nero Wolfe Mystery), Pamela Bayne (The Adrenaline Project) and Laurie Januska, Director of Member and Training Services DGC. Register on www.avidtorontoeditors.ca.

 

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