Avid has released the latest version of Media Composer, which has accelerated workflows for post-production teams with enhanced interoperability between Avid Media Composer and Pro Tools.
Export Media Composer sequences directly to Pro Tools
A new feature lets you open complex Media Composer sequences containing video, audio, and metadata directly in Pro Tools. The ability to easily export files to Pro Tools and “remote editing” extended with Media Composer will further accelerate content creation and delivery in post-production workflows.
Simplified relinking workflow and UI
Simplified the media relinking workflow, allowing users to find all content within the relinking window without wasting time searching for file locations that used to be.
Also, the UI has been enhanced. Added new project creation settings for one-click project formatting from media in the editor, as well as generating default bins and project settings to guide new users with suggestions, making editing easier for new users can start.
Enhanced remote editing capabilities
Enhanced remote editing experience and seamless integration between Media Composer | Enterprise editing tools and Avid NEXIS | EDGE solutions. This integration enables remote production teams using Media Composer to collaborate effectively by building proxy workflows using Avid NEXIS | EDGE. Editors can switch between high resolution and proxy content with one click without relinking, saving time and reducing complexity.
Editor’s content review feature
The new Multiplex IO feature enables simultaneous use of up to 10 I/O plug-ins, enhancing the user’s “over the shoulder” experience. Media Composer can output to multiple streaming platforms and devices via Secure Reliable Transport (SRT), NDI, and I/O hardware to connect and support, so you can stream to viewers locally while streaming to viewers remotely. monitoring has become possible.