In true Avid fashion, there are two ways to make subsequences. Once you have set IN and OUT points, you can do either: Click and drag the sequence icon from the Record Monitor to a bin -OR- After mapping the Make Subclip function to your keyboard or workspace, press or click the Make Subclip button.
Author Kyra Coffie
You can now buy the Avid Assistant Editor’s Handbook for iPad, Nook and Kindle!
Today is March 8th (as if you didn’t know) and it is ebook 50% off Friday! Thanks to all of you for supporting the book and waiting for the ebook to come out. Unfortunately, iTunes is still unavailable (beyond my control) but as mentioned in previous posts, you Apple folks will get the same 50%
Amazon and Barnes and Noble are on board but ol’ Apple is still dragging their heels! I would love to do 50% off day one time to give everyone a fair shake, so let’s push this to deal to Friday (March 8th) and see if Apple will release the book in the meantime. Forever thanks
I never thought this day would get here but it finally has and I can’t believe it! The e-book is d-o-n-e and I couldn’t be happier! (Actually, I could be happier but more on that later.) I know a lot of people have bought the book who would have preferred an e-book and because of
No, unfortunately you can’t. The premise of multigrouping is to take the footage of multiple cameras and link them together so that they can be viewed simultaneously. Your best bet would be to string all the clips out into a sequence because all of the clips would be in the same location (like a multigroup)