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Avid end of year promos
Make savings on Media Composer, Pro Tools and NEXIS
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Perhaps it’s me. I can sometimes call a Snickers a Marathon, or it could be that I don’t like change.
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Avid are one of, if not the biggest player in the post-production industry
Avid as a company means a lot to the post-production industry. You only need to look at the recent turnout at the Avid Connect London event to see that.
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Media Composer – Now Shipping!
With three decades of innovation and experience under its belt, Media Composer has gone through its biggest makeover to date with the launch of the latest 2019 version, and is now available for shipping!
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Media Composer- 30 Years old and Still Turns Heads With the 2019 Makeover
Avid have worked hard to enhance usability by creating a bin map which shows users which section of the bin they’re viewing, not unlike a world map in a video game...