Media Composer is a professional and multi-platform video editing tool that enables you to work with numerous video, audio and image formats.
Media Composer's intuitive interface helps you edit movies, commercials, TV shows or videos using a standard nonlinear editor that provides video editing tools, 64-bit processor performance and streamlined HD, file-based, and stereo 3D workflows.
Media Composer's platform is compatible with a large number of gears thus you can integrate them into any workflow. Furthermore, Media Composer's architecture is designed to remove any bottlenecks and to help you work faster and easier.
Here are some key features of "Media Composer":
· Version and archive finished sequences with AS-02
· Support for master-quality archives with JPEG 2000
· Supports AMA export
· Set and output AFD sequences
· Relink clips using common metadata
· Open up your workflow with hardware release
· Work faster with advanced audio keyframing
· Mix up to 64 audio voices
· 64-bit processor
· Memory: 4 GB of RAM
· Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce family
· Minimum 80 GB 7200 rpm hard disk
· 30 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· AMA – Access and Authoring - Sony HDCAM SR is the first AMA partner plug-in
· Remote editing with Interplay Sphere
· Audio Keyframing - Audio keyframes can now be copied and pasted either individually in from a defined marked region. A marked region of audio keyframes can now be moved horizontally.
· Monitor voices for up to 8 surround sound tracks or 24 stereo tracks
· Additional Codecs – JPEG 2000, J2K MXF and DNxHD 100
· Audio Punch-In Support for Open I/O Devices
· Media Composer, Symphony or NewsCutter has the ability to switch between hardware and software modes
· Relink improvements
· Ability to open title for editing without entering Effects Mode
· Ability to drag multiple non-adjacent segments in the timeline
· Audio Tool Icon Change
· PhraseFind - Improves performance with shared storage
· Bin Name Length Change
· Ability to turn off automatic mounting of AMA volumes (so you don't get a new bin every time you plug in a USB stick etc….)