Multigrouping in Avid

How to make bulletproof Avid multigroups – by Tim

How to Multigroup in Avid: The Ultimate Tutorial – by Will Blank

Make a grouping bin view that includes: Aux TC, Mark in, Start TC, Duration.

Other helpful tips,

  • Have a grouping bin view that includes: Aux TC, Mark in, Start TC, Duration.
  • It is important to make cuts (add edits) on ALL of the starts and stops of every video and audio track, otherwise you get a black line over the clip and that will throw people off.

🙂  Charlie 


XAVC Workflows in Avid

XAVC Workflows in Avid


AVID – Sony F5 Footage Project Setup and Transcoding Workflow – XAVC HD 2K Data


AVID – Relinking to Native files for .aaf and QuickTime export to Davinci Resolve

IF YOU HAVE FOOTAGE IN YOUR TIMELINE THAT WAS RECORDED ON THE Canon C100 (AVCHD,) (not C300 that is okay) Sony A7s (.mts) or F3 (AVCHD) or Canon 5D or 7D (.h264) or Panasonic HMC150 (AVCHD) or any other camera that does not record ProRes or DNxHD or DNxHR then don’t use this workflow.  Use this workflow instead,

AVID – Relink to Camera Originals Then Convert and Export to AAF and QuickTime for Davinci Resolve

Reconform your Projects in Media Composer with this Resolution Independence Tapeless Workflow, By Scott Freeman

Working With LUTs

Let’s Edit with Media Composer – ADVANCED – Working with LUT’s by Lets Edit MC

What are LUTS?


Color Grading LUTs for Noobs! – LUT Basics and Techniques by Casey Faris

Log LUTs vs. 709 LUTs – What’s The Difference?  by Casey Faris

VLOG and LUTs Part 2 – using LUTS in Avid Media Composer by David V. Clarke


Yoga Pants

Yoga pants are made from spandex (lycra) which is a fancy name for polymers, which are a form of plastic. Plastics are made from fossil fuel products like petroleum, coal and natural gas, which is drilled, mined and fracked.  Yoga pants are plastic pants with the name “Yoga” slapped on them.

I don’t drink out of plastic bottles. I drink out of Yoga bottles.

I don’t fill up my car with gasoline. I fill it with Yoga liquid.

I don’t use plastic bags.  I use Yoga sacks.