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  • Re: Collaborative Post Workflow Nightmare !: Many Related Questions

    [quote user="Telegram!"] Oh OK, So the question is what can a Premiere editor do to assist an MC lead editor? Perhaps every clip or sequence of clips could get auto-transcribed with added notes by the Premiere editor... and that file could get Script-attached or ScriptSync'd inside MC? Depends on Mark's MC version, I guess. [/quote
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Sat, May 25 2024
  • Re: Collaborative Post Workflow Nightmare !: Many Related Questions

    [quote user="Telegram!"] Re: Was it possible for Mark's Premiere-only collaborator, using the same camera files, to create a Premiere Sequence with back to back clips, log & add Markers, Export an AAF (or just an .xml or .txt File) which could be imported properly into an Avid Sequence set up identically? What would that workfow look
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Sat, May 25 2024
  • Re: Collaborative Post Workflow Nightmare !: Many Related Questions

    Man, this makes me feel more over-worked and under-appreciated than I realized. Dealing with jobs like this has been my day-to-day for as long as I can remember. Granted, I'm a staff editor in a small market now, and perhaps getting hired as a freelance editor with an initial understanding that turns out to be misguided at best but misled at worst
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Fri, May 24 2024
  • Re: Any updates from NAB?

    We've used Rev for transcripts for quite a long time, but yeah, the automated transcribing in DR (and PP) has done away with a lot of that. However, per the point, it's not perfectly accurate either in the edit program OR using the AI turnaround from the service, and frequently needs SOME level of editability. Thus, companies like REV have a
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Mon, Apr 29 2024
  • Re: Any updates from NAB?

    @Telegram!, You can do all those things, as well as swapping, rippling, and truncating. @ripvanmarlowe, yes, like, above, you can duplicate segments in DR (and Premiere). @ohthehorror, yes, "pankake" editing is what I meant by having multiple timeline windows open (and multiple tabs) and you can use any and all "segment" mode features
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Mon, Apr 29 2024
  • Re: Any updates from NAB?

    I will however impart this (in regards to segments): In DR, one can select multiple clips and adjust the parameters in ONE "inspector" and the changes affect all clips selected. The Inspector is kinda like Premiere's "effect/motion" window, where you can adjust, among many other things, gain, scale, position, blend mode (yes
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Mon, Apr 29 2024
  • Re: Any updates from NAB?

    No worries! Honestly, if you want detailed answers, this is what you want... and they're not BS buzz words videos. Skip the first two if you want to just see multi cam in action: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/training j
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Mon, Apr 29 2024
  • Re: Any updates from NAB?

    I keep up with Avid, and used it for a commercial delivery just two months ago. I'm afraid creating demonstration videos is outside of my bandwidth, unfortunately, sorry! j
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Mon, Apr 29 2024
  • Re: Any updates from NAB?

    Recent Avid improvements? I think they've been the way they are for a number of years now, and Resolve's "segment" editing is definitely stronger. Multi-cam in DR is strong -- especially if you have their speed editor panels -- as is all the ways one can sync, although the only time I used it I got a little flustered with on-the-fly
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Sun, Apr 28 2024
  • Re: Any updates from NAB?

    There has never been anything as quick and functional as Avid's track selector, to target what you're wanting to do. That said, Resolve's trimming is on one hand less powerful than Avid's, and on the other more powerful. Yes, you can do JKL trimming (by activating the "Dynamic Trim Mode"). You can "lasso" select trim
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Jason Sedmak on Sun, Apr 28 2024
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